The United States on Wednesday strongly denounced a violent crackdown on protesters in Egypt, where at least 149 people have been killed when the police were trying to disperse two major sit-ins in the capital of Cairo.
Egypt declared state of emergency after Egyptian security swept in to clear two sit-in camps of supporters of the country's ousted President Morsi.
US condemns use of violence against in Egypt
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Egyptian police are expected to start taking action early on Monday against supporters of ousted President Mohamed Mursi who are gathered in crowded protest camps in Cairo, security and government sources said, a move which could trigger more bloodshed.
The Chinese national found alive during Thursday's attack in central Kabul managed to escape on his own and received help from American troops.Searching on missing Chinese is still underway