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July 09, 2013
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has called for more protests - a day after clashes between the military and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi left 51 people dead. The two sides traded blame for sparking the violence, with the Muslim Brotherhood saying the army opened fire on Morsi supporters without reason. The army says troops shot only after coming under heavy gunfire from terrorists trying to storm a military headquarters in Cairo.

Watch related video of Egypt's ongoing clashes

Published July 09, 2013

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has called for more protests - a day after clashes between the military and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi left 51 people dead. The two sides traded blame for sparking the violence, with the Muslim Brotherhood saying the army opened fire on Morsi supporters without reason. The army says troops shot only after coming under heavy gunfire from terrorists trying to storm a military headquarters in Cairo.