The situation is tranquilized, although 2,000 people are concentrated in the place. The confrontations began with protests of the relatives of the martyrs of the revolution. More than 1,100 people wounds have been, from which at least 40 are police, after the confrontations that the Egyptian forces of security and the demonstrators in the Tahrir place of east Cairo have carried out Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the Ministry into Health of Egypt has informed. In particular, 1,114 people have been wounds, of which 990, according to the Egyptian vice-minister of Health, Abdel Hamid Abaza, already have received treatment and the 124 rest have been transferred to hospitals. The central hospital of the capital, located in the district of Munira, has received to two civilians and 41 police agents with wounds, bruises and with symptoms of to have inhaled tear gas, according to the Egyptian agency of the news ORE. All of them have been discharged from the hospital except for a civilian whom a bullet wound had and a police that cerebral commotion undergoes.
Also, the confrontations between demonstrators and the security forces either have stopped in the environs of the Department of the Interior and the tensions or have lessened, according to has informed the digital edition into the Egyptian newspaper To the Ahram. In fact, first thing of afternoon, still they remained eight ambulances in the Tahrir place, but the Police already had retired. military ctivos have unfolded near soothes of Interior and in the streets that concur towards the Ministry. The demonstrators, on the other hand, are concentrate in the Tahrir place, where tens of young people have blocked the entrances with scrap iron and stones. Around 2,000 people they remain in Tahrir and, according to several eyewitnesses, the situation has calmed. 34 arrested Sources of the Department of the Interior are developing that the security forces have arrested a total of 34 suspects to participate in the disturbances in the centric place of Cairo, including a British citizen and another American.