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There was no immediate claim of responsibility for either attack. The Sinai attack came a day after security forces killed 36 detainees during a riot on a prison-bound truck convoy north of Cairo.
The killings came as police fired tear gas to free a guard who was trapped in the melee, security officials said. 11, 2011 - Egyptians stage nationwide demonstrations against nearly 30 years of Mubarak's rule.
The men's coffins, draped in red, white and black Egyptian flags, were jointly carried by army soldiers and policemen, and interim President Adly Mansour declared a nationwide state of mourning to mark their deaths.
Two judicial officials said Mubarak could walk free this week or next after a criminal court yesterday ordered his release in a corruption case in which he and his two sons were accused of embezzling funds for the maintenance of presidential palaces. Yesterday's ruling, along with the fact that Mubarak had previously been ordered released in the case of the killings of the protesters opened the possibility of freedom for the former president, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to the media.
Human Rights Watch, in a report published yesterday, accused Egyptian security forces of using excessive force when they moved to clear the larger of the two camps.
The New York-based group said the assault amounted to the 'most serious incident of mass unlawful killings in modern Egyptian history.' The Sinai Peninsula has long been wracked by violence by al-Qaida-linked fighters, some who consider Morsi's Brotherhood to be too moderate, and tribesmen who have used the area for smuggling and other criminal activity.
It showed a sombre looking Badie in an off-white Arab robe, or galabiyah, sitting motionless on a sofa as a man in civilian clothes and carrying an assault rifle stands nearby.Morsi delivers a late-night speech in which he pledges to defend his legitimacy and vows not to step down. Tens of thousands of Morsi supporters remain camped out in two mass sit-ins in Cairo's streets.July 3 - Egypt's military chief announces that Morsi has been deposed, to be replaced by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court until new presidential elections. July 4 - Supreme Constitutional Court Chief Justice Adly Mansour is sworn in as Egypt's interim president.Yesterday's attack targeting the police officers took place near the border town of Rafah in northern Sinai.A few hours later, militants shot to death a senior police officer as he stood guard outside a bank in el-Arish, another city in the largely lawless area, security officials said. - a major supporter of Egypt's military - condemned the slaying of the police officers and repeated its commitment to help Egypt combat terrorism in Sinai.In the law-making lower house, the Muslim Brotherhood wins nearly half the seats, and ultra-conservative Salafis take another quarter.