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Supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi react after the deadly shootings in Cairo.
An injured Morsi supporter is given assistance by Muslim Brotherhood members.
A man shows a gunshot wound he received on his back.
Gregg Carlstrom/ Al Jazeera
The Egyptian health ministry said at least 42 people had been killed and more than 300 injured during the incident.
A man holds up a tear gas bomb, an empty shotgun casing, and an empty rifle casing which he claims were fired at protesters at dawn this morning.
Armoured vehicles have blocked the 6th October bridge in Cairo, and other roads in Egypt\(***)s capital have also been closed.
The Brotherhood said the dead and the injured have been taken to a makeshift hospital in Nasr City, a neighbourhood in the Egyptian capital.
Mohamed Shihab, a pharmacy student who treated patients, at the scene this morning.
The latest violence further raised political tensions, even as the country\(***)s interim leadership struggled to find a consensus on who should be the prime minister.
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