Muslim Brotherhood leader arrested in Egypt

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The arrest of the spiritual leader will only aggravate the situation in the country, BBC reporters think.

The army rudely stopped Morsi adherents’ protest actions in Cairo. It resulted in the death of several hundred people. An emergency satiation and curfew were introduced in the country.

 About 900 people including a hundred of soldiers and policemen were killed in Egypt since last Wednesday.

 Hundreds of activists of the Muslim Brotherhood were detained all over the country. Mohammed Badie was hiding because he knew that the authorities were arresting the movement leaders. He was detained in a flat in north-east Cairo, not far from the place where the bloody clashes with the police had occurred.

Photo: Reuters