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Violent clashes in Cairo on Saturday leave at least one dead and three injured.
Clashes broke out as security forces attempted to disperse protesters staging a sit-in outside Egypt's parliament against new prime minister Kamal al-Ganzouri, appointed by army chiefs.
This badly injured man is carried away by friends leaving a trail of blood on the street.
It is not clear whether he survived but an eyewitness claims that two people died in the clashes - one after being run over.
(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) EYEWITNESS SAYING:
"The vehicle came from behind and ran over him twice, with the two front wheels and the two back wheels. By the time we picked him up, it was over. There was another one who was shot but I didn't see him."
The morning outbreak of violence is the first since a truce two days earlier ended week-long clashes that have left at least 41 dead.
Thousands stayed in Tahrir Square late into Friday after a day of protest to pressure the army to speed up the transition to democracy.
The choice of 78-year-old Ganzouri, a former Mubarak premier, as prime minister. has polarized debate in Egypt with many Tahrir protesters seeing him as a throwback to the old guard.
Others however see him as a safe pair of hands to head the new 'national salvation government.'
Sunita Rappai, Reuters