Morsi supporters march as envoys seek Egypt solution

By REUTERS
August 5, 2013 15:51

 
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CAIRO - At least 2,000 Islamist supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi marched through downtown Cairo on Monday calling for his reinstatement and denouncing the army general who led his overthrew.

The protest took place as international envoys spoke to leaders of both sides of the crisis in the search for a political solution and avert further bloodshed.

Marchers chanted "Morsi, Morsi" and "We are not terrorists", and waved pictures of the ousted leader.

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