A son of the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood was killed during clashes between protestors and authorities in Egypt, reported the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice party on Saturday. Ammar Badie was the son of Mohammed Badie, the Brotherhood's Supreme Guide. He was shot dead in Ramses Square, near a Cairo mosque that has quickly been transformed into a field hospital. His was among Friday's 173 deaths, the result of the second such wave of violence this week.
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