An Egyptian security forces member directs others during clashes against supporters of ousted President Mohammad Morsi in Cairo's Suez Bridge district, Egypt July 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Mohammad Abu Zaid)
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Four suspected Egyptian Islamists were killed preparing explosives Friday, and a teenager was shot dead in clashes between Muslim Brotherhood protesters and police, security officials said.In Cairo, a 15-year-old died of birdshot wounds during clashes between Islamist protesters and police in the poor neighborhood of Matariya, a day after two people including a policemen were killed in violence.The small protests were quickly quashed by police.Two of those killed in the early morning blast were Brotherhood members, it said.
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