World Bulletin / News Desk
Egyptian security forces arrested ten Azhar University students during a rally in the southern province of Assuit to demand the release of detained classmates.
Students hurled stones at security forces, which fired teargas to disperse the protesters.
Amid anti-military slogans, protesters chanted slogans for the release of classmates detained during rallies in support of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
Democratically elected Morsi was removed from power on July 3 by the military establishment following mass protests against his presidency.
Supporters of the deposed president have been staging rallies on almost a daily basis to denounce what they describe as the "military coup" against Morsi and demand his reinstatement.Last Mod: 30 Kasım 2013, 14:30