A riot sparked by an Egyptian court sentencing 21 people to death on charges related to one of the world's deadliest incidents of football violence, has killed 8 people.
The military have moved into streets around Port Said jail, the Mediterranean port city that is home to most of the defendants.
Die-hard soccer fans from both teams, known as Ultras, hold the police at least partially responsible for the Port Said deaths and criticize Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi for doing little to reform the force.
Wherever there is division in Egypt right now – death seems sure to follow. The greatest toll came amid gunfire and tear gas in Port Said.
Riots sparked by death sentences passed in connection with last year's deadly riot at the Port Said football stadium have killed 22 people.