At least 25 people were killed on Saturday after clashes erupted between members of the Muslim Brotherhood and the police in Nasr city, east of Cairo.
The Ministry of Health said that 20 people were killed in the clashes but Al-Masry Al-Youm quotes a police source as saying that the death toll is more than 25 people.
However, these are very low estimate compared with what the Turkish Anadolu Agency has reported. The agency, which is close to the Muslim Brotherhood, quoted doctors at the field hospital at Rabaa al-Adaweya who said that 120 people were killed and 4,500 were injured.
Supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy run from tear gas fired at them by police during clashes in Nasr city, east of Cairo, 27 July 2013. (Reuters)
A police officer aims a shotgun at supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsy (Reuters)
Opponents of deposed President Morsy throw stones at his supporters during clashes in Nasr city (Reuters)
Fireworks are set off near police and anti-Morsy protesters by supporters of deposed President Morsy during clashes in Nasr city (Reuters)
Supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy run as a police officer shoots at them (Reuters)
A car that members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of deposed President Morsy say was set on fire by police and plain-clothed officers burns during clashes in Nasr city (Reuters)