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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds of thousands at presidential palace to demand Morsi's ouster


Demonstrators wave Egyptian flags outside presidential palace
Protester holds 'red card' demanding President Morsi's ouster
Protesters wave anti-Morsi banners outside presidential palace
Morsi
Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and shout slogans against him and members of the Muslim Brotherhood (Photo: Reuters)
Protesters launch fireworks outside presidential palace
Protesters chant against President Morsi outside presidential palace
Protester holds 'red card' demanding President Morsi's ouster
Protesters chant against President Morsi outside presidential palace
Demonstrators perform afternoon prayers outside presidential palace
Protesters chant against President Morsi outside presidential palace
Protesters arrayed outside presidential palace
Protesters hold banner reading, 'Leave'
Protesters outside presidential palace
Demonstrators wave Egyptian flags outside presidential palace
Jun
30

Protesters converge on presidential palace in hundreds of thousands to demand resignation of Egypt's beleaguered President Morsi (All photos by Mai Shaheen)

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