Youths, police clash as Egyptian judiciary condemns Morsi


11/24/2012 15:21

Activists hurl rocks at police near Tahrir Square a day after more than 300 hurt in demonstrations across country; Egypt’s highest judicial authority calls Morsi’s power grab an “unprecedented attack” on the judiciary.

November 23 clashes in Cairo's Tahrir SquarePhoto: REUTERS

Youths clashed with police in Cairo on Saturday as protests at new powers assumed by President Mohamed Morsi stretched into a second day, confronting Egypt with a crisis that has exposed the split between newly empowered Islamists and their opponents.

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  1. Egypt’s Brotherhood calls protest to support Mursi

    Nov 24 (Reuters) – Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood called for a mass demonstration in Cairo on Tuesday to show support for President Mohamed Mursi, who is facing a storm of protest for issuing a decree that expanded his powers.

    In a statement published on its website, the Brotherhood also called for shows of support in public squares across Egypt after early evening prayers on Sunday to show support for Mursi’s decisions.

    Parties opposed to the decree have also called for a protest on Tuesday in Cairo, though in a different square from the one where the Brotherhood called on its supporters to gather.

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