World Bulletin / News Desk
An Anadolu Agency cameraman was injured while he was trying to take footage of the clashes that broke out in front of Higher Court building in Egypt.
A clash erupted between the police and protestors in front of Higher Court building in Egyptian capital Cairo, and cameraman Ahmed es-Seyyid was wounded from his hand and foot.
This is the second time es-Seyyid was injured on duty.
Seyyid told AA that police intervened in by using tear gas while he was trying to take footage of the protests at Ramsis street, adding that he was wounded by shots in the hand and foot.
Seyyid had been wounded on March 8 while covering Port Said incidents.
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