Egyptians calling for the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi protest as they watch his speech on a screen near the presidential palace early in Cairo on Wednesday. (Photo: Mahmud Khaled, AFP/Getty Images)
MAGGIE MICHAEL Associated Press
CAIRO (AP) - Egyptian troops have opened fire on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi marching on Republican Guard facility.
Several are wounded, at least one severely with a shot to the head.
An Associated Press photographer at the scene Friday says the Republic Guard forces opened fire when protesters approached a barbed wire barrier around the facility and hung a picture of Morsi on it.
Several protesters fell wounded, including at least one severely with a bloody wound to the head.
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