Clashes outside US embassy in Cairo leave 200 injured

    Cairo (TIP): Some 200 people were injured in clashes outside the US embassy located in the Egyptian capital, said an official related to ambulance service on September 13. “Eight people were hospitalised and the others were given first aid at the scene,” Ahmad Al-Ansari, deputy head of Cairo’s ambulance service, told reporters.

    Among the injured were 24 security personnel, including six officers and 18 soldiers, Xinhua reported.
    Riot police fired warning shots and tear gas to disperse hundreds of protesters who were throwing stones and Molotov cocktails also known as a petrol bomb.

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