1. CRISIS

    200 Injured in Egypt Clashes

    Egyptian protesters shout slogans as they demonstrate outside of the presidential palace in Cairo on December 4, 2012, against President Mohamed Morsi's decree widening his powers. Tens of thousands of demonstrators encircled the presidential palace after riot police failed to keep them at bay with tear gas, in a growing crisis over President Morsi. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA        (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    More than 200 people were injured in clashes at the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday. There are also reports that two people may have been killed in the clashes. Hundreds camped out outside Egypt’s presidential palace near Cairo on Wednesday, hours after police fired tear gas into the crowd as protesters tried to break through the gates. President Mohamed Morsi returned Wednesday, with a source saying Morsi was already back to work at the palace. Also on Tuesday, at least eight influential newspapers suspended publication in a day of protest against the snap referendum on the draft constitution.

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