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Thousands of anti-Morsi protesters spend the night in Egypt’s Tahrir square
Protesters set up tents in the symbolic Square carrying on their rally against President Mohamed Morsi's latest constitutional declaration
Mostafa Ali, Sunday 25 Nov 2012
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At least Ten thousand people are spending the night in Cairo's Tahrir square to protest the constitutional declaration President Morsi issued on Thursday. Two dozen tents are set up in the square’s central island.

Tens of street vendors serve food and drinks to the protesters.

Clashes between protesters and the Central security forces continue for the six night in a row on Qasr Al-Ainy Street. The health ministry has not issued any estimates of the injured on Saturday.



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John Andrews
25-11-2012 08:22pm
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Liars
Ahram English used to be a lot worse. But even now, it remains a power of evil. For example, I am in Egypt and I saw Tahrir Square ... only a couple of hundred protesters spent the night in tents... certainly not 300 or more. Stop misleading readers. You only show you innermost darkness. I'm aiming for your job.
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Erna Boldt
25-11-2012 12:51am
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Egypt Cease Fire Agreement
It shows again, how much trouble the Israeli Apartheit and warmongering affects the world. The US did not want to stop them from attacks on the Palestinian People, Edypt was able to arrange a cease fire, and now look, what other turmoil it caused in the region. Give the Palestinian and their elected Government their Land back and declare an independent State, out of the reach of Netanyahu...
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