That is the recorded death toll until yesterday after Egyptian security forces attacked with tear gas, bullets and bulldozers, thousands of Islamists who camped in tents at a vigil for six weeks in protest demanding the return to power of ousted President Mohamed Morsi.
The Security Council of the United Nations Organization (UN) has scheduled an emergency meeting on the latest developments in Egypt after the repression of Morsi supporters.
Last Wednesday, the Egyptian government declared a state of national emergency and a curfew at night because of the heavy fighting between the security forces and supporters.
The hundreds of bloody bodies are stored in different places, and remain wrapped in blankets, waiting to be claimed by relatives. Many complained that the authorities prevented them from obtaining burial permits.
Several countries, including Ecuador, which temporarily recalled its ambassador, have rejected the use of force by the Egyptian government and the wave of violence that threatens to trigger a civil war.