Britain’s concern over a violent disciplinary action on supporters of ex-president Mohammed Morsi warranted a warning to Egypt’s UK Ambassador, who was summoned to the Foreign Office. A meeting was held where a senior official “condemned the use of force” to clear two protest camps. A state of emergency was declared in Cairo following the violence. The city is reported to be quiet but tense after the crackdown, which left hundreds dead. Egypt’s interim government has been the subject of worldwide condemnation after the clashes.
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Britain's concern over a violent disciplinary action on supporters of ex-president Mohammed Morsi warranted a…
by Tactical-Life / Aug 15, 2013