University campus experience further student marches and protests

Dozens of Al-Azhar pro-Muslim Brotherhood students staged a march Sunday on the university campus using drums and fireworks. 
The protesters held Rabaa signs and demanded the return of their dismissed colleagues. They wrote anti-police and anti-military slogans and the names of the dismissed students on walls. 
In addition, security fired tear gas at tens of pro-Mohamed Morsy students at Ain Shams University who had blocked al-Khalifa al-Maamoun Street. Students set fire to the administrative security office at the Faculty of Commerce with Molotov cocktails and fireworks.
A number of students collapsed due to the tear gas
Protests by pro-Muslim Brotherhood students have swept universities since the beginning of the academic year to denounce the toppling of former President Mohamed Morsy in July 2013. Many students have been killed and detained in clashes with security forces during the protests.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm

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