Azerbaijan, Baku, August 16 /Trend A.Taghiyeva/
Supporters of the ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi began an extensive march in the direction of Cairo's centre, Al Jazeera TV channel reported on Friday.
According to information, Egyptian army began to disperse the demonstration, using gas bombs and firearms. Four dead and eleven wounded have been reported at the moment.
Muslim Brotherhood organization plans to hold today a new multi-million protest called the Friday of Anger.
Meanwhile, during the crackdown of demonstrations of ex-President Mohamed Morsi's supporters by Egyptian army the death toll has risen to 680.
Last Wednesday, the Egyptian army launched a crackdown on Morsi's supporters who were carrying out demonstrations. The Egypt's army used military equipment and firearms during the dispersals.
The leaders of Muslim Brotherhood organization claimed that about 2,000 people were killed during the crackdown and about 15,000 civilians were injured.
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