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Egypt: Brotherhood Member 'Shot Dead' In Cairo
A Muslim Brotherhood member has been shot dead and at least 11 other people wounded in Egypt, security sources say.
The Brotherhood has accused plain clothes police officers of firing on their march through Cairo.
Earlier, supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi were pelted with stones and bottles after allegedly trying to enter a government ministry in Cairo.
Local residents taunted them, calling them terrorists and saying they were not welcome before the first stones were hurled from balconies on to marching protesters, according to reports.
Mr Morsi's supporters responded by picking up rocks and retaliating.
Women and children fled the scene and two men with machetes were reportedly seen chasing the marchers.
Police used tear gas to try to break up the confrontation.
Thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters took to the streets of the Egyptian capital on Tuesday demanding Mr Morsi, who was deposed in an army-led coup in July, be returned to power and members of the group arrested in recent weeks be freed.
"It is a continuation of our revolutionary actions against the coup. It will continue," Brotherhood official Farid Ismail said.
More than 300 people have died in political violence since Mr Morsi was deposed.
Two large pro-Morsi protest camps remain in place in the capital, despite indications they were to be cleared in the coming days.
The state-run al Ahram newspaper reported that security forces were now likely to cordon off the camps rather than take an approach that could lead to bloodshed.
A senior security source told the newspaper that the police and military had not received any orders to break up the protests. Security had been bolstered around the camps to limit infiltration of weapons, he said.
The Brotherhood said on Tuesday that it would take part in talks on Egypt's political crisis, mediated by the country's leading Islamic authority, as long as they were on the right terms.