380 people to face trail for deadly anti-military clashes in Egypt
Cairo, Apr 16 (ANI): Around 380 people in Egypt will face trial over deadly anti-military clashes in Cairo in November 2011, according to a report.
A police officer, Lieutenant Mahmud al-Shinnawi, who earned the nickname 'eye sniper' after having allegedly aimed rubber bullets at protesters' heads, is among those referred to Cairo criminal court, according to state-run media.
Another 379 people have been accused of having injured policemen during the clashes or having set fire to public buildings.
The date for their trial has yet to be set, News24 reports.
The clashes that started on November 19 in Cairo and several other cities killed dozens of people, mostly near Cairo's Tahrir Square. (ANI)
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