Funerals for three protesters killed during this week’s bloody violence in Egypt have taken place at Cairo’s al-Azhar Mosque.
The men – all followers of the largest Islamic party, the Muslim Brotherhood – died in clashes with anti-government protesters on Wednesday.
After prayers, mourners flooded onto the streets carrying the men’s coffins. They chanted pro-Islamic slogans and held up pictures of the men.
“Martyr, sleep and rest,” screamed one man.
A woman shouted: “They will be considered martyrs, God willing.”
As well as the seven killed, hundreds more were injured in Wednesday’s violence outside the presidential palace.
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