Officials said three people have been shot dead in Egypt's port city during the funerals of 33 protesters killed in a wave of violence on Saturday.
An 18-year-old man was the first confirmed victim of Sunday's violence and Abdel Rahman Farag, Port Said's head of hospitals, told Reuters that a further two other people were killed by gunshot wounds.
More than 416 people suffered from teargas inhalation, while 17 sustained gunshot wounds, he added.
More than 30 people people were killed yesterday - mostly by gunshots - when residents went on the rampage after a court sentenced 21 people to death for their role in deadly soccer violence at a stadium there last year.
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.