A Health Ministry official in Egypt has said that at least 65 pro-Morsi demonstrators were killed Friday in clashes with Egyptian security forces in Cairo, drawing condemnation from observers around the world. Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, who was recently declared the “best connected” world leader on Twitter, said in a tweet he was “horrified” by the shootings, drawing the attention of Egypt’s ambassador to Sweden.

That’s a bit of a sore subject with the Swedes, who endured days of rioting by angry “youths” after police shot and killed a 69-year-old man who was allegedly threatening neighbors in his largely immigrant suburb with a machete.