Anti-Morsi Protests Rage

    Egyptian protesters clash with security forces near Tahrir square, where an opposition rally has been called for to voice rejection of President Morsi's seizure of near absolute powers, in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012. Egyptian protesters and police clashed in Cairo on Tuesday just hours ahead of a planned massive rally by opponents of the country's Islamist president demanding he rescind decrees that granted him near-absolute powers.(AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

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    Upward of 100 people were reportedly injured Tuesday after upward of 200,000 protesters stormed Tahrir Square in Egypt. It was the fourth day of demonstrations since President Mohamed Morsi announced a decree expanding his powers and protecting his decisions from court challenges. Though the demonstrations have been mostly concentrated in Tahrir Square, the site of the 2011 uprising that ousted longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak, anti-Morsi rage has spread throughout the country. “We don’t want a dictatorship again. The Mubarak regime was a dictatorship. We had a revolution to have justice and freedom,” said one protester.

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