Saturday, August 17, 2013

Egypt clashes: Watch live scenes from besieged mosque -

The private Egyptian ONTV Live television channel showed the soldiers entering, while Al-Jazeera's Egypt affiliate streamed footage on its website of the soldiers inside the mosque.

They appeared to be negotiating with the protesters, attempting to persuade them to leave.

A protester inside the mosque told AFP by telephone that they were demanding they not be arrested, or attacked by hostile civilians who appeared to be gathered outside the mosque.

More than 500 people are believed to have died after security forces forcibly broke up the Muslim Brotherhood camp at Rabaa al-Adawiya in northeast Cairo and another camp near Cairo University on Wednesday.

The country's military rulers have reacted by imposing a month long state of emergency in response to the crisis, with curfews in force in Egypt's major cities.

Mr Morsi became Egypt's first freely elected leader in June 2012 but was overthrown by the army a year later after failing to tackle deep economic malaise and upsetting many Egyptians with his apparent efforts to tighten Islamist rule.

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