CAIRO - Protesters angry at Egyptian President Morsi's decree that granted him sweeping powers stormed the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood's party in Alexandria on Friday, threw out books and chairs, and set them alight in the street, a witness said.
Near a major mosque in Egypt's second city, Morsi supporters and opponents threw stones at each other, a witness said. Two cars nearby had glass smashed as the clashes moved away from the area.
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