CAIRO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - At least 74 people have been killed in protests across Egypt calling for an end to the rule of President Hosni Mubarak, according to a tally from Reuters reports from medical sources, hospitals and witnesses.
There was no official figure, and the real figure may be very different, given the confusion on the streets.
Some 68 deaths were reported killed in Cairo, Suez and Alexandria during Friday’s protests. Before then, security sources said at least six people, including a police officer had been killed.
On Saturday, medical sources told Reuters around 2,000 people had been wounded throughout the country, however with more protests erupting, that number is almost certain to rise.
The sources were unable to specify whether they were police protesters. (Editing by Alison Williams)