More Disturbing Scenes From Egypt’s ‘Day of Rage’

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An Egyptian civilian (R) helps an army officer after he was wounded during clashes with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohamed Morsi, in the northern Mediterranean city of Alexandria on August 16, 2013. Backers of Egypt's ousted president pledged to stage daily demonstrations as they ended a day of angry protests in which at least 75 people were killed through out the day.

There's not much detail surrounding this clip from Egypt today, but what's seen is in line with the news on the ground: A group of demonstrators, hands raised, approaches a group of military vehicles before covering their faces and retreating slowly. One man, arms still up, holds his ground until he's shot and falls to the floor.

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi gather in Cairo's Abbassiya neighbourhood on August 16, 2013. Thousands of Islamists protested across Egypt, sparking violence that killed dozens and turned parts of Cairo into battlefields after police authorised the use of live ammunition. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABDEL MONEIM (Photo credit should read MOHAMMED ABDEL MONEIM/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: null/MOHAMMED ABDEL MONEIM/AFP/Getty Images

Tens of thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Cairo in what the Muslim Brotherhood called a "day of rage," resulting in dozens of additional deaths after more than 600 people were killed in Wednesday's actions against the military.

Supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi carry supplies during violent fighting near Ramses Square on August 16, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. Dozesns of people have been reported killed after heavy fighting between pro-Morsi protesters and Egyptian Security Forces broke out in central Cairo after pro-Morsi marches converged on downtown Cairo following midday prayer. Hundreds of pro-Morsi protesters were killed in Egypt's capital August 14, when Egyptian Security Forces undertook a planned operation to clear Morsi supporters from two sit-in demonstrations in Cairo. Egyptian Police and Army forces entered the protest sites in the Nasr City and Giza districts at dawn with tear gas, live fire and bulldozers. Photo: Ed Giles/Getty Images

The city is under lockdown after authorities declared a state of emergency, while the pro–Mohammed Morsi Muslim Brotherhood has called for a week of continued protests.

CAIRO, EGYPT - AUGUST 16: An injured supporter of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is treated on the floor of the Fateh Mosque at Ramses Square on August 16, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. Dozesns of people have been reported killed after heavy fighting between pro-Morsi protesters and Egyptian Security Forces broke out in central Cairo after pro-Morsi marches converged on downtown Cairo following midday prayer. Hundreds of pro-Morsi protesters were killed in Egypt's capital August 14, when Egyptian Security Forces undertook a planned operation to clear Morsi supporters from two sit-in demonstrations in Cairo. Egyptian Police and Army forces entered the protest sites in the Nasr City and Giza districts at dawn with tear gas, live fire and bulldozers. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images). Photo: Ed Giles/Getty Images

The Brotherhood, meanwhile, has been accused of attacking Coptic Christians and burning down churches.

CAIRO, EGYPT - AUGUST 16: Injured supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi are driven into the al-Sednawi hospital near Ramses Square on August 16, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. Dozesns of people have been reported killed after heavy fighting between pro-Morsi protesters and Egyptian Security Forces broke out in central Cairo after pro-Morsi marches converged on downtown Cairo following midday prayer. Hundreds of pro-Morsi protesters were killed in Egypt's capital August 14, when Egyptian Security Forces undertook a planned operation to clear Morsi supporters from two sit-in demonstrations in Cairo. Egyptian Police and Army forces entered the protest sites in the Nasr City and Giza districts at dawn with tear gas, live fire and bulldozers. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images). Photo: Ed Giles/Getty Images

"We know they're going to kill us tonight, and all we ask is that you be our witnesses," one demonstrator said, as reported by the Huffington Post.

An Egyptian civilian (R) helps an army officer after he was wounded during clashes with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohamed Morsi, in the northern Mediterranean city of Alexandria on August 16, 2013. Backers of Egypt's ousted president pledged to stage daily demonstrations as they ended a day of angry protests in which at least 75 people were killed through out the day. Photo: null/AFP/Getty Images