As a result of new clashes between supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi with the military, as many as 20 people were killed, dozens were injured.
Passions run high in Egypt. The country of pharaohs is having the "Day of Wrath." Thousands of supporters of the toppled president took to the streets of Cairo, calling everyone to overthrow the military regime. The military opened fire on the demonstrators.
The bodies of the victims were taken to a field hospital in Fatah mosque, located at Ramses Square. Shooting in the streets continues.
Earlier it was reported that more than 600 people had fallen victims of the riots in Egypt; more than 4,000 were injured.
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