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Many of the dead lie in white sheets. The names, if they are known, written on the fabric enshrouding the bodies.
At least 525 people were killed in a single day in Egypt, according to the country's health ministry – a staggering number, the bloodiest day since the 2011 revolution.
The capital on Thursday was once again at a brink, after a day filled with violence.
Forces of Egypt's interim government stormed two camps filled with supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy. The result – a slaughter.
Members of Morsy's party, the Muslim Brotherhood, are retaliating. They stormed a government building in Giza and set it on fire. Morsy supporters also reportedly torched a number of Coptic Christian churches.
Any sort of political resolution moving forward is going to be very difficult, and challenging, says CNN Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon.
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