Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to hold new marches

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi flee from tear gas and rubber bullets fired by riot police during clashes, on a bridge leading to Rabba el Adwia Square where they are camping, in Cairo on Au
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi flee from tear gas and rubber bullets fired by riot police during clashes, on a bridge leading to Rabba el Adwia Square where they are camping, in Cairo on Aug 14, 2013. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood said on Thursday, Aug 15, 2013, it plans to hold a march in Cairo, one day after security forces mounted a violent crackdown on its members that killed hundreds of people. -- FILE PHOTO: REUTERS

CAIRO (REUTERS) - Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood said on Thursday it plans to hold a march in Cairo, one day after security forces mounted a violent crackdown on its members that killed hundreds of people.

"Marches are planned this afternoon from Al-Iman mosque to protest the deaths," the Islamist group said in a statement.