Egypt defends crackdown as U.N. council meets

(SkyNews) The Egyptian ambassador to Britain has said the force used in deadly raids on Cairo protest camps was “not at all excessive”.

Ashraf El Kholy claimed the crackdown by security forces during a day of violence in which more than 600 people are said to have died had been “so human and so well organised”.

The UN Security Council is holding an emergency meeting to discuss the unrest, while US President Barack Obama has joined strong international condemnation of the bloodshed.
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