Egypt forces clash with Mursi loyalists on "Friday of Anger"
CAIRO (AFP) - At least four demonstrators and a policeman were killed on Friday as supporters of Egypt's ousted president rallied for the first time since a deadly crackdown on their protest camps.
Security sources said four protesters loyal to ousted president Mohamed Mursi were shot dead in clashes with security forces in the Suez Canal city of Ismailia.
Violence was also reported elsewhere, with state media saying a policeman was killed in an armed attack on a Cairo checkpoint.
And security sources said clashes had broken out between Mursi loyalists and security forces in Tanta, north of the capital.