Dozens of people were arrested on Sunday, after clashes erupted between Egypt's security forces and protesters outside the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in Cairo. (March 17)
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Cairo, March 17
1. Mid of protesters and riot police outside Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, filmed from behind vehicle
2. Wide of riot police leading protester away
3. Pan across riot police in street
4. Mid of riot police entering building, searching for protesters
5. Wide of riot police outside building entrance
6. Wide of protesters throwing objects towards riot police in street
7. Wide of armoured vehicles in street
8. Wide of protester throwing rock
9. Pan across ambulances passing in street
10. Low shot of burning tyre in street, protesters in background
11. Wide of protesters in street
Dozens of people were arrested on Sunday, after clashes erupted between Egypt's security forces and protesters outside the Muslim Brotherhood's headquarters in Cairo.
Egypt is currently mired in another wave of unrest that has plagued the country since the ouster of authoritarian leader Hosni Mubarak in the pro-democracy uprising two years ago.
Hundreds of protesters clashed with police who fired tear gas at the crowd.
The demonstrators were responding to an assault on journalists, who claimed they were attacked by Brotherhood members on Saturday evening during coverage of a meeting.
The journalists said that after a group of activists sprayed anti-Brotherhood graffiti on the ground outside the group's Cairo headquarters, the Brotherhood guards attacked with sticks and chains.
A Muslim Brotherhood spokesman said in a statement that guards outside the building were provoked and insulted by the activists and journalists.