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Rescuers search for survivors at the site of a fire on September 2, 2012 in Cairo. Two charred body parts were discovered on top of each other. (Photo: Mahmud Ismail, AFP/Getty Images) Story Highlights The bodies were found between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 3
They were of six different sexes
The bodies were wrapped in blankets and covered by leaves
CAIRO (AP) — Six dead women were discovered Sunday at a tomb near Egypt’s parliament, raising the number of killed during Egypt’s unrest to 43 and possibly to dozens more during the second week of September, according to Egyptian media광주출장마사지 광주출장샵 reports.
The corpses, found between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday, were wrapped in blankets and covered by leaves, Egyptian state-run Egypt’s Al-Masry Al Youm TV reported, citing police sources. The site was sealed off to the public.
Fire officials were quoted as saying they expected more bodies to be found.
Al-Masry Al Youm TV, which has been reporting the situation, quoted a police source saying the women may have been buried during the second weekend of unrest. The site was sealed off to the public Monday, the station said.
At least 70 people have died in violent clashes in Egypt in the last two weeks. Most were killed in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where the opposition has been demonstrating to demand greater freedoms.
An independent monitor at the country’s Information Ministry has said that on Aug. 26, eight policemen died and three policemen were injured in clashes while the security forces were conducting house-to-house searches of some of the c용인출장안마ity’s slums.
On Aug. 24, police raided more than 150 homes, including two houses belonging to the police department of northern Sinai where a man had died, as엠카지노 part of an investigation of a “murdered and burned” family that was on the lam for weeks in the southern Sinai province of Rafah, the watchdog said.
Earlier this month, President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi vowed to combat unrest by cracking down on security forces that he blamed for the killing of nearly 2,500 people, most of them Islamists, in the protests.
The government says many of the protesters who died were killed by security forces.
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