Thursday, August 15, 2013

Assault on Morsi Supporters in Egypt - New York Times

Tara Todras-Whitehill

The rubble in the main camp near the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque. Soon after the attack began, several thousand people appeared trapped inside.

Narciso Contreras for The New York Times, Manu Brabo/Associated Press

At the camp, tents had electricity, televisions and Internet access, but much was left in ruins. Scores died and had their bodies taken to an improvised morgue.

Forces simultaneously attacked a smaller sit-in that had been established in Nahda Square near Cairo University. Police officers in riot gear fired tear gas and plowed over tents with bulldozers, demolishing the camp by early in the day.

Mohammed Asad/Associated Press

Detained Morsi supporters. The camp had a few hundred tents, a barbershop, a communal kitchen and a field hospital.

Hussein Tallal/Associated Press, Mahmoud Ghany/European Pressphoto Agency

A poster depicting Mr. Morsi hung amid the rubble of the camp, and another was caught up in a bulldozer.

Some protesters moved from Nahda Square to another square farther north, but security forces cleared that area as well.

Khaled Elfiqi/European Pressphoto Agency

Members of the Egyptian security forces during protests at Mustafa Mahmoud Square.
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