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Thousands Protest Morsi’s Big Move

Tahir Square, Cairo’s now-famous headquarters of the 2012 Arab Spring, was flooded again with as many as 200,000 Egyptians who gathered to protest President Mohammed Morsi’s assertion of practically absolute political power. In the aftermath of his involvement in Israel and Hamas’ ceasefire agreement, Morsi granted himself and his Muslim Brotherhood-controlled assembly immunity from judicial oversight. Since the protests began, one teenage boy has been killed, hundreds have been injured, and a dozen offices and homes have been set ablaze …

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