Britain on Wednesday condemned the use of force by Egyptian police to clear two protest camps set up in Cairo by supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
The Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to continue sit-ins demanding the reinstatement of the deposed Morsy as security forces started to disperse the protests.
The pro-Morsi alliance calls for demonstrations in Cairo after police crackdown on its sit-ins, supporters of the ousted president take to the streets.
After Egyptian police attempt to violently disperse sit-ins in support of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, protests erupt in several provincial cities.
Egyptian police clear out one of the two Muslim Brotherhood camps in Cairo in the early hours of Wednesday, attempt to disperse the other.
The Strong Egypt Party has expressed solidarity with workers who were allegedly attacked by soldiers of the Third Field Army trying to break up their sit-in.
A controversy has accompanied the formation of the 50-member panel tasked with amending the Egyptian constitution after the 30 June uprising.
Mohamed El-Beltagi, Safwat Hegazy and two field doctors face trial over charges of torturing two policemen at pro-Morsi sit-in.
Muslim Brotherhood says its open to talks mediated by Al-Azhar.
Arguing against any monopoly of government—including by Egypt's current 'non-elected faction'—Nour Party will reject any posts offered during interim period.