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Originally posted by CREAM
They were fleeing, unarmed and fleeing, two friends trying to save their fallen comrade by dragging her while risking there own lives. Looks their bravery and selflessness cost them their lives.
Originally posted by Domo1
It still bothers me and this may sound really weird but it makes me happy to know that this may be the worst thing someone has seen. I have seen far worse online, but I hope sensitive members never do.
* NEW: A widely distributed video shows security forces beating, undressing a female protester
* At least 10 people have been killed and 432 injured in violence since Friday
* The new prime minister calls library fire an "arson committed by the protesters"
* He also denies use of live fire, though six are dead from such ammunition
Cairo (CNN) -- The new wave of bloody clashes between pro-democracy protesters and Egypt's security forces has left at least 10 people dead, including six by live ammunition -- even though the new prime minister denied that live fire was being used by his forces.
Meanwhile, 213-year-old Egyptian maps and historical manuscripts -- described as "irreplaceable" -- were destroyed after a library in Cairo was set ablaze during the clashes, officials said.
Among those killed in the escalating violence in central Cairo were two children, ages 12 and 14, and two others died from skull fractures caused by cement blocks, officials said. Also, 432 people have been injured since the latest unrest broke out Friday, said a spokesman for the Health Ministry, Dr. Hisham Sheeha.
Sheeha said six of the deaths were by live fire.