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Clashes continue near Tahrir, army builds wall
Egypt's military erects new wall near Tahrir Square as clashes continue between police and protesters angry at President Morsi's Constitutional Declaration
Ahram Online, Sunday 25 Nov 2012
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Tahrir square Protesters run from the riot police during clashes at Tahrir square in Cairo November 25, 2012. (Reuters)
Qasr AlAini wall Security forces erect new wall on Qasr Al-Aini Street off Tahrir Square amid ongoing clashes (Photo: Bel Trew)
Qasr AlAini Wall New graffiti already appears on wall erected early Sunday by security forces (Photo: Bel Trew)
Qasr AlAini Security forces stationed behind new wall on Qasr Al-Aini Street as clashes continue on Tahrir (Photo: Bel Trew)

A wall was built by the military in Qasr El-Aini Street early Sunday as clashes continue around Tahrir Square.

Hundreds of protesters continue to clash with security forces, particularly near the Omar Makram Mosque off Tahrir Square. Police continue to fire tear gas.

According to an Ahram Online reporter at the scene, there is a high security presence in the area. Some of the protesters are children wearing their school uniforms.

Hundreds of protesters remain in Tahrir Square to voice their condemnation of President Morsi's Constitutional Declaration which gave him sweeping and unchallengeable powers.





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