Clashes break out in Cairo
Almost 300 people have been killed in political violence since Morsi's overthrow.
CAIRO - Clashes broke out in central Cairo on Tuesday when supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi came under attack as they marched to the Interior Ministry, a Reuters reporter said.
Supporters of the new military-installed government hurled stones at the marchers and threw bottles at them from balconies. Police then fired tear gas at the pro-Morsi protesters.
A few thousand pro-Morsi protesters were taking part in the march when the trouble erupted. Local residents taunted them, calling them terrorists and saying they were not welcome.
They then began throwing stones at them. Women and children marchers fled the scene in panic. Two men wielding machetes were seen chasing marchers.
The protesters are calling for the reinstatement of Morsi, who was overthrown by the military on July 3 and is now being held at undisclosed location.