There has been no let up in the killing at Port Said in Egypt. An 18 year old was shot dead as mourners blocked the streets to bury 33 protesters killed in violence at the weekend.
They were the latest to die in a chain of events that began with a football stadium tragedy last February.
More than 70 died then when the match in Port Said descended into violence.
Egypt's medical sources say at least three people have been killed and over 400 others wounded in clashes over an unpopular court verdict in the city of Port Said. "Three were shot dead, 21 were injured by gunshots and 416 were injured due to tear gas," said Head of Port Said Hospital Abdel-Rahman Farag on Sunday. "The injured people were sent to nearby Port Said hospitals while the three dead bodies were moved to Port Said general morgue," Farag added. Security forces used tear gas as thousands were mourning the death of some 32 people killed during Saturday clashes.
As protesters continue to confront police on the streets of Cairo, Egypt's main opposition coalition says it is worried by the President declaring a state of emergency in three cities along the Suez Canal.
Azazi Ali Azazi, leader of the Popular Egyptian Current party in National Salvation Front coalition (FSN) described President Mohammed Morsi's words as "disturbing" and full of "threats and warnings for the Egyptian people."