Manifestations for the fourth anniversary of the uprising that expelled Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011, resulted in 15 deaths. These were the most violent clashes between protesters and police in recent months in Egypt.
The Health Ministry said that thirteen protesters were killed in clashes with police in Cairo and one in Alexandria (north).
In addition, a policeman died and 11 were injured, according to data from the Ministry of Interior.
Meanwhile, in El Cairo, two more agents were wounded in an attack from a moving car, according to those responsible of security services.
To commemorate the anniversary of the popular uprising of 2011, supporters of the Islamist President Mohamed Mursi called to protest against the former head of the army and current President, Abdel Fatah Al Sisi.
In the capital, the police fired tear gas to disperse protesters who were trying to approach the Tahrir Square.