Egyptians clash with police after days of calm

CAIRO - Thousands of Egyptians marched and chanted against Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in cities across the country on Friday, burning tires and throwing Molotov cocktails in some areas.
Fierce protests erupted late last month over what demonstrators saw as Morsi's attempts to monopolize power as well as wider political and economic grievances, but the unrest had calmed over the last week.