CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police clashed with armed men in northern Sinai's main town al-Arish, state television reported on Thursday, a day after security forces began a crackdown on Islamist militants in the region.
"Clashes resumed between armed men and police forces in front of police station number two in al-Arish," Nile News television reported, citing its correspondent there.
(Reporting by Yasmine Saleh; Writing by Tom Pfeiffer; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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