EGYPT (WKOW) -- Egypt's security forces are still trying to break up a pro-Morsi camp after storming two of them early Wednesday morning.
The Muslim Brotherhood set up the camps after former president Mohammed Morsi was ousted. They claim 200 Morsi supporters were killed Wednesday, and thousands hurt.
Egypt's government, however, say the numbers are much, much lower and some of its own security officials were killed and hurt.
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