More than 190 people detained after fatal clashes between Muslims and Christians in Cairo are to face military trials, Egypt’s army says.
The ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces called the move a “deterrent” against further violence.
Earlier the prime minister postponed a visit to the Gulf in order to hold an emergency cabinet meeting.
At least 10 people have died and 186 were wounded during the overnight clashes in Cairo’s Imbaba district.
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