Students clash as Morsi turmoil continues

Rival groups of students, some armed with guns and Molotov cocktails, clashed across Egypt last Sunday, state media and security sources said, as violence triggered by the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi spread to universities, reports Reuters. At least 29 people were wounded in fighting between groups for and against the ousted Islamist leader on at least three campuses, said the reports.

Egypt has been gripped by turmoil since the army ousted Morsi on 3 July after mass protests against his rule, prompting his Muslim Brotherhood to take to the streets. A security crackdown has severely restricted the group's activities and pro-Morsi students have started rallying on campuses, traditional hotbeds of Islamist and political activity.
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