Egypt football clashes leaves many dead
At least 74 people have been killed in clashes between rival football fans in the Egyptian city of Port Said.
Scores were injured as fans, reportedly armed with knives, invaded the pitch after a match between top-tier clubs al-Masry and al-Ahly.
Emergency meetings of the cabinet and parliament are taking place and three days of national mourning have been declared.
Jon Leyne reports.
Players meet Egyptian military leader
Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi meets al-Ahly players and addresses the media
Supporters gather at Cairo train station
Freelance journalist Bel Trew says friends and families waited for fans at Cairo train station
Aftermath of the clashes
The scene inside the stadium on Thursday morning
Parliament speaker condemns violence
The speaker Mohamed Saad al-Katatni says the riots were the 'work of the devil'
Football fans vent anger
Egyptian football fans express anger at violence
02 Feb 2012