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PHOTO GALLERY: Friday clashes at Brotherhood headquarters


(AP) Egyptians shout anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans during a demonstration
(AP) Egyptians shout anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans
(AP) Egyptians shout anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans
(AP) Egyptians shout anti-Muslim Brotherhood slogans as they wave a national flag
(Reuters) Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant pro-Morsi slogans
(Reuters) Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant pro-Morsi slogans
(Reuters) Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant pro-Morsi slogans
(Reuters) Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant pro-Morsi slogans
(Reuters) Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant pro-Morsi slogans
(Reuters) An anti-Morsi protester stands after protesters burn Muslim Brotherhood buses
(AP) An Egyptian boy wearing a Guy Fawkes Mask holds bread, a symbol of poverty
(AP) An Egyptian youth holds a flare
(AP) An Egyptian protester throws a stone
(AP) Egyptian protesters assist a wounded comrade
(AP) An Egyptian man gestures during clashes between supporters and opponents of the Brotherhood
(A(AP) An Egyptian man gestures during clashes between supporters and opponents of the Brotherhood
(Reuters) Anti-Morsi protesters carry a Muslim Brotherhood member after hitting him
(AP) Egyptian protesters use a giant slingshot to hurl stones
(AP) A wounded Egyptian protester carries stones
(Reuters) Anti-Morsi protesters beat a Muslim Brotherhood member
(AP) Protesters gather outside the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters
(Reuters) Anti-Morsi protesters burn Muslim Brotherhood buses
(AP) An anti-Morsi protester flashes victory signs after protesters burn MB buses
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