USA Today has put the number of deaths above 200. According to the Interior Minister, Mohammed Ibrahim, 43 policemen were killed.
Tragic events unfolded in Egypt's capitol this morning as the government opened fire on protesters in support of ousted former President Mohammed Morsi. Over 100 are reported to have been killed and thousands injured. Here is a live feed of Cairo and of what is happen
The match was between Egypt's Al-Masry and Al-Ahly football clubs. After the game, rioting fans charged the field and attacked each other and the police. Reports claim most of the violence was instigated by the Al-Masry. The match was held at Port Said. Below is a video of the riots beginning.
The reign of Mubarak is over in Egypt after the revolt of the nation's people about two months ago, but this resent story makes me wonder how much the country will actually change? Just this week, a simple blogger, Maikel Nabil, was sentenced to 3 years in military prison for his writings about the Egyptian military.
Succeeding in revolution after days of protesting, Egyptians have one large 'Thank You' they want to extend; And it's to Facebook. One man is even reported as saying he will name his first daughter after the social-networking giant.
The President Hosni Mubarak has finally accepted defeat and has resigned his position as leader of Egypt. Thousands of celebrating Egyptians have taken to the streets to congregate and cheer and you can see live news coverage in English at the link below...
Sources are telling Fox News that a failed assassination attempt on the Egyptian Vice President has left two bodyguards dead. Although the reports are unconfirmed at this time, it signals an alarming escalation in the direction events are headed in the country.