Medical workers write the name of a pro-Morsi demonstrator killed in violence Sautrday, July 27, 2013, across his chest. The man was one of scores killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrators who support ousted President Mohammed Morsi. A McClatchy reporter counted 27 dead at one of the three field hospitals that were treating wounded. More bodies were arriving as she left the scene.
Medical workers write the name of a pro-Morsi demonstrator killed in violence Sautrday, July 27, 2013, across his chest. The man was one of scores killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrators who support ousted President Mohammed Morsi. A McClatchy reporter counted 27 dead at one of the three field hospitals that were treating wounded. More bodies were arriving as she left the scene. McClatchy Foreign Staff
Medical workers write the name of a pro-Morsi demonstrator killed in violence Sautrday, July 27, 2013, across his chest. The man was one of scores killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrators who support ousted President Mohammed Morsi. A McClatchy reporter counted 27 dead at one of the three field hospitals that were treating wounded. More bodies were arriving as she left the scene. McClatchy Foreign Staff

Dozens dead after Egypt security forces open fire on Morsi supporters

July 27, 2013 12:44 PM

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