Two policemen have been shot dead outside a prison in Egypt's Port Said shortly after a court sentenced 21 people to death for taking part in the Port Said football disaster that killed 74 people in February 2012, according to Reuters.
Protesters had gathered at the prison where many of the defendants in the case were being held, and state media reported gunshots outside the jail.
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.