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bbc.co.uk / 20 August 2011 Last updated at 13:06 GMT.
Egyptians gathered outside the Israeli embassy for a second day of protests.
Egyptian state TV has said the country is recalling its ambassador to Israel until Israel explains why it reportedly shot dead five Egyptian policemen.
Demanding an apology, Egypt's cabinet was quoted as saying Cairo held Israel politically and legally responsible and was summoning the Israeli ambassador.
Israel says it will investigate the shooting, said to have happened as its forces pursued Palestinian militants.
The latest violence began on Thursday when gunmen attacked Israeli buses.
Eight people were killed in the attacks, near the Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat.
Egyptian officials say Israeli forces chased the suspected militants across the border, and a number of people were killed - including the policemen.
Tensions between Israel and Egypt have escalated sharply, the BBC's Yolande Knell reports from Jerusalem.
Their 30-year-old peace treaty was already being tested after the long-time Egyptian leader, Hosni Mubarak, was forced from office earlier this year, our correspondent says.
'Erosion of order'
Hundreds of Egyptians protested outside the Israeli embassy in Cairo overnight, burning the Israeli flag and demanding that the Israeli ambassador be expelled from the country. Protests were reportedly continuing on Saturday morning.
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