Mursi supporters torch government offices in Egypt
CAIRO (AP) - Angry supporters of Egypt's ousted president have stormed and torched two buildings housing the local government in Giza, the city next to Cairo that is home to the famed pyramids.
Associated Press reporters saw the buildings - a two-story colonial style villa and a four-story administrative building - set ablaze on Thursday.
The Giza government offices are located on the Pyramids Road on the west bank of the River Nile.
State TV blamed supporters of ousted President Mohammed Mursi for the fire. Its footage shows both structures burning with fire men evacuating employees from the larger building.