32 police killed in Egypt’s unrest

The mass protests in Egypt which began on Jan. 25 have left 32 police staff dead and 1,079 policemen and soldiers injured, the state media reported Monday.

Six officers, 11 policemen and 15 police recruits were killed in the security body during the past period of nationwide demonstrations, according to state-run MENA agency.

Some 342 officers, 167 police recruits and 570 soldiers were wounded.

Ninety-nine police stations and six prisons across the country were damaged, the report said.

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