The BBC's Middle East editor has been shot while covering the military coup in Egypt.
Jeremy Bowen was shown having his head bandaged in a photograph posted on Twitter - but reassured followers that he was not seriously injured.
In a message on the site, the veteran reporter said: "Thanks for the messages. I've been hit by a couple of shotgun pellets. Am fine and heading out."
Bowen later admitted: "Could have been a lot worse."
He appeared to have blood on his face in the photograph and later went for an X-ray.
Bowen wrote on Twitter that he could see the bloodied body of the man, with the last message before he was injured reading: "Tear gas fired by army at crowd that had gathered round the body of dead protester."
He warned there could be more violence to come, on a day when the Muslim Brotherhood held a rally vowing to end military rule and reinstate Morsi, with tens of thousands taking to the streets.
Bowen told his Twitter followers: "Big forces against each other in #egypt. If can't channel this into political action not street conflict it is a recipe for more bloodshed."
Foreign Secretary William Hague has said he is "very concerned" by reports of violence in Cairo, calling for "calm heads".