Egyptian Authorities Declare State of Emergency

Dozens killed in clashes between pro-Morsi supporters and security forces


Egypt security forces kill at least 60 protesters in Cairo, according to Muslim Brotherhood; 17 dead in Suez, 5 fatalities reported in Fayoum as clashes spread from Egypt's capital city.

Egyptian authorities have declared a state of emergency as violent clashes between supporters of deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and the military that ousted him spread across the country Wednesday, killing dozens in a push to remove protesters from numerous points throughout Cairo.