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Egyptian protesters chant slogans against the Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec. 7, 2012, after they broke a barbed wire barricade keeping them from getting closer to the palace. Egypt's political crisis spiraled deeper into bitterness and recrimination as thousands of Islamist backers of the president vowed vengeance at a funeral for men killed in bloody clashes earlier in the week and large crowds of the president's opponents marched on his palace to increase pressure after he rejected their demands. (Associated Press
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Egyptian protesters chant slogans against the Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec. 7, 2012, after they broke a barbed wire barricade keeping them from getting closer to the palace. Egypt's political crisis spiraled deeper into bitterness and recrimination as thousands of Islamist backers of the president vowed vengeance at a funeral for men killed in bloody clashes earlier in the week and large crowds of the president's opponents marched on his palace to increase pressure after he rejected their demands. (Associated Press

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