Hundreds Injured in Egypt Clashes

    Egyptian riot police clash with protesters in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011. Egyptian riot police beat protesters and dismantled a small tent city set up to commemorate revolutionary martyrs in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday. The clashes occurred after activists camped in the central square overnight following a massive Friday rally. The military tolerates daytime demonstrations in the central square, a symbol of the country's Jan. 25-Feb. 11 uprising, but claims that long-term occupation paralyzes the city. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

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    Cairo's Tahrir Square is starting to look like it did in February, with tens of thousands of protesters marching against the military government on Friday, and violent clashes erupting with police on Saturday. At least 213 people have been injured, according to the Egyptian health ministry. Police evicted protesters who had camped in the square overnight, but hundreds returned and violence erupted. Police fired tear gas and one protester claimed "they beat us harshly." The Muslim Brotherhood, largely responsible for the high turnout for yesterday's protest, denounced the eviction of protesters, calling it reminiscent of the old regime.

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