Egypt: 36 detainees killed in escape attempt as army leader promises no tolerance for clashes

  • Article by: MAGGIE MICHAEL , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 18, 2013 - 8:09 PM

CAIRO — Egyptian police fired tear gas Sunday in an attempt to free a guard from rioting detainees, killing at least 36 as the country's military leader vowed to tolerate no more violence after days of clashes that killed nearly 900 people.

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yoymrdoeAug. 18, 13 9:39 AM

Don't worry Obama will pick up the pace of his world wide drone wars and have the Brotherhood back in power in Egypt by the end of the week.

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supervon2Aug. 18, 13 2:44 PM

Please tell me again about the Nobel Peace Prize and how a person obtains it for doing nothing.

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cosmicwxdudeAug. 18, 13 3:39 PM

So Obama wins Nobel peace prize for doing nothing. Then racks up more U.S. deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq than Bush and we hear nary a word from Strib or any other msm, and he's a big supporter if Muslim brohood? Wow, leftis progresived ie commies have no shame.

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petepelosiAug. 18, 13 6:39 PM

Over one billion of our tax dollars go to this wonderful country each year. Well done, Obama!

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