CAIRO: Clashes erupted Friday in several different areas across Egypt, including Fayoum, Alexandria and Minya, reported Youm7.
Clashes erupted in Fayoum between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and police forces after the dispersal of an unlicensed protest, Youm7 reported.
Security fired tear gas after protesters used fireworks, which caused one injury.
Residents in eastern Alexandria clashed with protesters, who chanted slogans against the police and army.
Security forces interfered to stop the clashes by firing tear gas and chasing some of the protesters. Ten were arrested for weapons possession.
In Minya, security forces dispersed after protesters threw stones at them and security chased them into side streets.
Residents in Menoufiya dispersed a protest when protesters chanted anti-police and army slogans, raising the Rabaa al-Adaweya sign.
In Beheira, security forces dispersed a march and arrested four protesters. The protesters raised pictures of former President Mohamed Morsi, chanting slogans against the nomination of Field Marshal Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.