1. Various of march marking first anniversary of killings of 1,150 protesters in Cairo last year, UPSOUND (Arabic) "God is Great"
2. Children waving flags
3. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Mohammed Ahmed, Egyptian protester:
"I was in Egypt then (during violence in Rabaah Square). I saw the massacre. I was an eyewitness to the massacre. And my father was wounded, he was hit by a bullet. So we're here to remind people what happened, we're here to remember what happened."
4. Various of march
5. News conference held by Union of Egyptians Abroad, International Jurists Union and Egyptian Revolutionary Council
6. Media at news conference
7. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Adil Rashid, Muslim Brotherhood supporter:
"We will never forget our friends who made the revolution happen. They were martyred for this bloody coup. We will never give up on the revolution they started."
8. Wide of news conference
9. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Resat Petek, Former Turkish prosecutor:
"I damn and curse coup leader (Abdel-Fattah) el-Sissi and his cronies. Because they massacred innocent people, and didn't respect their corpses; shoved them with bulldozers. And then, without any shame, they stuffed the ones who made it out alive into jail and charged them with carrying out a massacre."
10. Sign (English) "World Rabia Day. Raise your voice for humanity!"
FILE: Cairo, Egypt - 14 August 2013
11. Wide of protest
12. Protesters carrying an injured pro-Morsi supporter into an ambulance, injured from the Rabaah al-Adawiya camp
13. Close-up of the injured being treated in ambulance
14. Wide of tear gas being fired at protesters, the protesters pick it up and throw it back at police
15. Wide of tyres burning, with two Muslim Brotherhood supporters showing victory sign to police
16. Wide of tear gas cloud with protesters in the gas cloud
17. Muslim Brotherhood supporter wearing tee-shirt covered in blood, in front of him there are fires in the street
18. Close-up of smoke coming from the burning tyres
19. Close-up of burning tyres spread all along the street
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Istanbul on Thursday to mark the anniversary of the mass killings in Cairo last year.
On August 14, 2013, hundreds of supporters of Egypt's ousted president Mohammed Morsi were killed in clashes that ensued when security forces dispersed two large sit-ins.
At least 624 people were killed during 12 hours of mayhem in Cairo's Rabaah el-Adawiyah Square, though rights groups have said the toll may be several hundred higher.
"I was in Egypt then (during Rabaah Square events). I saw the massacre. I was an eyewitness to the massacre. And my father was wounded, he was hit by a bullet. So we're here to remind people what happened, we're here to remember what happened," said protester Mohammed Ahmed.
Elsewhere in Istanbul, the Union of Egyptians Abroad, International Jurists Union and Egyptian Revolutionary Council held a news conference commemorating last year's violence.
The events were the worst mass killing in modern Egyptian history.
After a 2011 uprising removed autocrat Hosni Mubarak, the Muslim Brotherhood rolled to victory in a series of Egypt's first democratic elections, bringing Morsi to the presidency.
But opposition quickly grew.
A year after Morsi's inauguration, millions joined protests against him, prompting then-army chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to remove and detain Morsi on July 3, 2013.