Pro and anti-Morsi protesters clash in Cairo's Tahrir square

By REUTERS
July 22, 2013 18:57

 
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CAIRO - Supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi clashed in central Cairo on Monday, hurling stones at each other as security forces fired tear gas to try to disperse them, witnesses said.

Protesters backing Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood movement appeared to be trying to march toward Tahrir Square, the epicenter of mass demonstrations which led Egypt's army to oust the elected Islamist leader on July 3.

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