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Supporters of President Mohamed Morsi clash with his opponents in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. 350 people were injured and at least six killed.
Egyptian supporters of the President Mohamed Morsi scuffle with Egyptian opposition protesters in front of the presidential palace one day after a protest against President Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, Egypt, December 05, 2012. Wednesday’s clashes began when thousands of Islamist supporters of Morsi descended on the area around presidential palace in Cairo prompting clashes with opponents of Egypt's Islamist president. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptians Muslim Brotherhood members and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi retreat back in front of the presidential palace, in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptian army tanks and barbed wire block the way near the presidential palace after overnight violent clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptian army tanks and barbed wire block the way near the presidential palace after overnight violent clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptian army tanks and barbed wire block the way near the presidential palace after overnight violent clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptian army tanks and barbed wire block the way near the presidential palace after overnight violent clashes between opponents and supporters of President Mohamed Morsi, in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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Egyptian protesters chant anti Muslim Brotherhood slogans outside the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, December 6, 2012. Egyptian army issued an ultimatum for demonstrators camping outside the presidential palace to leave the area by 1300 GMT or they would be cleared by force, reported state media. Six people were killed and at least 350 others injured in overnight clashes between opponents and backers of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo. UPI/Karem Ahmad
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