Violent riots against Mohamed Morsi in Egypt
Thousands of protesters have again taken to the streets in Cairo and other cities. Now the dishes anger against President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egyptian authorities reported Friday night about a growing number of injured. At least 252 will be injured in the violent clashes, the news agency AFP.
Among the injured are at least 186 civilians and 45 security officers, according to Egyptian officials.
The news agency cites health in 21-time that four should be killed in the clashes in the city of Suez. They should all have been shot.
In Ismailia on the Suez Canal has protesters lit the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood. Black smoke pouring out of the windows.
There have also been unconfirmed reports of gunfire.
Several hundred protesters in Ismailia also broke into the offices of the provincial governor. Police used tear gas to get them out.