Egypt troops kill pro- Morsi marchers

Egyptian security forces have opened
fire on supporters of ousted Egyptian
President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo,
killing three people.
The incident occurred as crowds
gathered outside the officers' club of the
Presidential Guard, where Mr Morsi is
believed to be held.
The Muslim Brotherhood has been
demanding his reinstatement.
The army, which removed Mr Morsi in
response to widespread unrest, had
deployed troops around Cairo.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen at the scene
says that after passionate Friday Prayers
at the nearby Rabaa mosque, about
2,000 Morsi supporters marched
towards the officers' club.
Soldiers there warned people not to
cross the road. But as the crowd grew,
got angrier and pushed forward, the
troops opened fire - first into the air,
then at the protesters.
Our correspondent says he saw one man
fall to the ground with blood on his
clothes.