Dozens killed as Egypt security forces clash with Morsi supporters in Cairo

By Ayman Mohyeldin, Marian Smith and Elizabeth Chuck

July 26 (NBC) — At least 100 people were killed early Saturday when riot police fired on protesters supporting deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo, activists said.

The Anti-Coup Alliance, an umbrella coalition of Morsi supporters, also said at least 5,000 people were injured near the clash in the Nasr City neighborhood of the capital.