Rallies leave at least 75 people dead in Egypt
Rallies in Egypt turned deadly overnight as defiant supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi clashed with police.
At least 75 people are dead and another 1,000 were injured, after the military opened fire on protestors at a vigil in Cairo.
Witnesses say the military was trying to disperse the crowds using tear gas, but then they started firing real bullets.
The violence comes after a huge military demonstration yesterday in Tahrir Square.