Clashes in Egypt lead to violence, deathLoading
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 3 MCT
    Blood soaked volunteers carry a wounded pro-Morsi protester, his wounded head wrapped in dark cloth, into a field hospital in the Rabaa district of Cairo, Egypt, Saturday July 27, 2013. Scores of people were killed when Egyptian security forces opened fire on pro-Morsi demonstrators. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest at Tahrir Square during a protest in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • APTOPIX Mideast Egypt
    A supporter of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi comforts a relative of a man injured during clashes with security forces in a field hospital in Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Overnight clashes between security forces and Morsi supporters in east Cairo left scores of protesters dead and hundreds injured following a day of massive pro-military rallies backing a tough hand against Morsi’s backers and the Muslim Brotherhood group from which he hails. Arabic on headband of man holding the Quran reads, "There is no God but God and Mohammed is his messenger." (AP Photo/ Hassan Ammar)
    Hassan Ammar | AP
  • Mideast Egypt
    An Egyptian grieves for supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi, who were killed in overnight clashes with security forces, at a field hospital in Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Clashes erupted early Saturday in Cairo between security forces and supporters of Morsi, killing scores of protesters and overwhelming field hospitals with the wounded, in an outburst of violence that put the possibility of political reconciliation in the deeply divided nation ever further out of reach. Arabic on headband of man holding the Quran reads, "There is no God but God and Mohammed is his messenger." (AP Photo/ Hassan Ammar)
    Hassan Ammar | AP
  • APTOPIX Mideast Egypt
    An Egyptian man sits beside his comrade, a supporter of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi, injured during clashes with security forces at Nasr City, where pro-Morsi protesters have held a weeks-long sit-in, in a field hospital in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of Morsi in east Cairo left scores of protesters dead and hundreds injured following a day of massive pro-military rallies backing a tough hand against Morsi’s backers and the Muslim Brotherhood group from which he hails. (AP Photo/ Hassan Ammar)
    Hassan Ammar | AP
  • Turkey Egypt
    Men hold posters depicting Egypt's top general, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, right and center, and Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, left, as Turkish supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate to condemn the latest killings in Egypt, outside the U.S. embassy in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of Morsi in east Cairo, Egypt, left scores of protesters dead and hundreds injured following a day of massive pro-military rallies backing a tough hand against Morsi’s backers and the Muslim Brotherhood group from which he hails.(AP Photo/ Burhan Ozbilici)
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP
  • Turkey Egypt
    Turkish supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi march to condemn the latest killings in Cairo, outside the Egyptian embassy in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of Morsi in east Cairo, Egypt, left scores of protesters dead and hundreds injured following a day of massive pro-military rallies backing a tough hand against Morsi’s backers and the Muslim Brotherhood group from which he hails. They carry a banner with a verse from Muslims' holy book, Koran, that promises God'a help.(AP Photo/ Burhan Ozbilici)
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP
  • Turkey Egypt
    Protesters point toward the U.S. embassy as Turkish supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate to condemn the latest killings in Egypt, in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of Morsi in east Cairo, Egypt, left scores of protesters dead and hundreds injured following a day of massive pro-military rallies backing a tough hand against Morsi’s backers and the Muslim Brotherhood group from which he hails. (AP Photo/ Burhan Ozbilici)
    Burhan Ozbilici | AP
  • US Egypt Aid Dilemma
    FILE - In this July 26, 2013, file photo opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and hold a poster depicting Egypt's top general, Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, while another holds an modified image of President Barack Obama, showing him bearded and turbaned, as they chant slogans during near the presidential palace in Cairo. For decades, foreign armies that receive U.S. assistance have been on notice that toppling their freely elected civilian leaders will have penalties. After Egypt, no more. The Obama administration’s decision to selectively apply what had been a hallmark of U.S. support for democracy would seem to raise questions about its stated unwavering commitment to that ideal. The Arabic on the poster at left says, "You will and remain the best of all soldiers." The one that center reads, "Barakah al-Hussein Abu Amamah." (AP Photo/ Hassan Ammar, File)
    Hassan Ammar | AP
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 8 MCT
    First aid workers at a field hopsital in the Rabaa district of Cairo, Egypt, move a guerney after the wounded patient that it carried died and placed on the floor, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Egyptian security forces opened fire on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by the Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest at Tahrir Square, upper part, and on a bridge over the Nile river in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 7 MCT
    A wounded pro-Morsi demonstrator lays on a gurney in a field hospital in Cairo, Egypt, as a frantic medical worker attempted to treat him, Saturday, July 27, 2013, The demonstrator was shot by Egyptian security forces. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 4 MCT
    One of the dead lies on the floor of a field hospital in the Rabaa district of Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Medical workers have tied his toes together to keep his legs from flopping as they prepared to have him taken to the morgue. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 1 MCT
    Bodies of protesters killed by Egyptian security forces lie on the floor of a field hospital in the Rabaa district of Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, July 27, 2013. A McClatchy reporter counted 27 bodies during a brief visit to the hospital, one of three hospitals receiving and treating casualties. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
  • US Egypt Aid Dilemma
    FILE - In this July 26, 2013, file photo supporters of Egypt's top military officer, Gen. Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi, march over a bridge leading to Tahrir Square in Cairo after the ouster of democratically elected Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi. For decades, foreign armies that receive U.S. assistance have been on notice that toppling their freely elected civilian leaders will have penalties. After Egypt, no more. The determination of whether a coup d’etat has occurred has been blurred by the Obama administration’s decision this week that it need not apply the law that requires it. That novel interpretation of the 1961 Foreign Assistance Act would probably come as a surprise to juntas and militaries in Mali, Madagascar, Honduras and Pakistan: all of which, among others, have had U.S. aid suspended over the past decade or so because of coups. (AP Photo/ Nariman El-Mofty, File)
    Nariman El-Mofty | ap
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by the Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. The presidential palace is at lower right. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by the Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi hold a rally at Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by the Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi overflow Tahrir Square as holding a rally in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by Egyptian army, photo, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi overflow Tahrir Square during a protest in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Morsi early Saturday in an outburst of violence that put the possibility of political reconciliation in the deeply divided nation ever further out of reach. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest at Tahrir Square, left, and on a bridge over the Nile river during a protest in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Egypt's ousted president early Saturday in the country's bloodiest incidence of violence since the military deposed Morsi. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • APTOPIX Mideast Egypt
    In this Friday, July 26, 2013, photo released on Saturday, July 27, by Egyptian army, opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate at Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Security forces clashed with supporters of Morsi early Saturday in an outburst of violence that put the possibility of political reconciliation in the deeply divided nation ever further out of reach. (AP Photo/ Hossam Diab, Egyptian army)
    Hossam Diab | AP
  • WORLD NEWS EGYPT 6 MCT
    Medical workers write the name of a dead pro-Morsi demonstrator across his ches in Cairo, Egypt, Sautrday, July 27, 2013. The man was killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrators who support ousted President Mohammed Morsi. (Amina Ismail/ MCT)
    Amina Ismail | MCT
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