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Opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi rally in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday while supporters of the country's first democratically elected president counter with protest demanding that he be reinstated.

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Fireworks are seen over hundreds of thousands of Egyptians gathering in Cairo's Tahrir Square during a demonstration Sunday against Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. Supporters of Mr. Morsi also rallied, raising fears of violence.

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Fireworks are seen over hundreds of thousands of Egyptians gathering in Cairo's Tahrir Square during a demonstration Sunday against Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. Supporters of Mr. Morsi also rallied, raising fears of violence.

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Egyptian protesters sit June 28, 2012, in Cairo's Tahrir Square at a camp fronted by a poster of Egypt's president-elect Mohammed Morsi, who was declared Egypt's first freely elected president in modern history four days earlier. The Arabic on the poster reads, "Mohammed Morsi for Egyptian presidency." (Associated Press)

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Egyptian protesters sit June 28, 2012, in Cairo's Tahrir Square at a camp fronted by a poster of Egypt's president-elect Mohammed Morsi, who was declared Egypt's first freely elected president in modern history four days earlier. The Arabic on the poster reads, "Mohammed Morsi for Egyptian presidency." (Associated Press)

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An Egyptian woman holds a banner with the face of Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi in Cairo's Tahrir Square on June 21, 2012. (Associated Press)

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An Egyptian woman holds a banner with the face of Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi in Cairo's Tahrir Square on June 21, 2012. (Associated Press)

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Egyptian supporters of Islamist candidate Mohammed Morsi flash victory signs June 18, 2012, as they celebrate his apparent victory in Cairo's Tahrir Square. (Associated Press)

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Egyptian supporters of Islamist candidate Mohammed Morsi flash victory signs June 18, 2012, as they celebrate his apparent victory in Cairo's Tahrir Square. (Associated Press)

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Egyptian demonstrators gather May 25, 2012, in Cairo's Tahrir Square to denounce the electoral success of presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq. (Associated Press)

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Egyptian demonstrators gather May 25, 2012, in Cairo's Tahrir Square to denounce the electoral success of presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq. (Associated Press)

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A political activist paints a mural on a wall Thursday in Cairo's Tahrir Square. During the uprising that resulted in the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Tahrir Square was the central gathering point for protesters. Since the revolution, many streets leading to the square display murals dedicated to the uprising and those who died in it. (Associated Press)

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A protester holds a banner depicting one-time presidential candidates Omar Suleiman, Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa behind bars at a protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday. Of the three, only Mr. Moussa remains on the ballot; Mr. Suleiman and Mr. Shafik are among 11 disqualified by Egypt's electoral commission. (Associated Press)

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A protester holds a banner depicting one-time presidential candidates Omar Suleiman, Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa behind bars at a protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday. Of the three, only Mr. Moussa remains on the ballot; Mr. Suleiman and Mr. Shafik are among 11 disqualified by Egypt's electoral commission. (Associated Press)

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An Egyptian protester waves the national flag March 23, 2012, as others attend the Friday noon prayer in Cairo's Tahrir Square. (Associated Press)

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Egyptian protesters wave national flags and chant anti-Supreme Council of Armed Forces slogans during a protest Feb. 10, 2012, after prayers in Cairo's Tahrir Square, the focal point of Egyptian uprising. (Associated Press)

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Egyptians set up an obelisk with the names of people who were killed during the 18-day uprising as they marked in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Wednesday the first anniversary of the start of the revolt that forced President Hosni Mubarak from power. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** An Egyptian child climbs cement blocks used to separate police forces from demonstrators Dec. 8, 2011, at the site of recent clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square between police and demonstrators that left more than 40 people dead. The graffiti on the blocks depicts a police officer accused of targeting the eyes of protesters. (Associated Press)

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An Egyptian man chants slogans denouncing military rule in Cairo's Tahrir Square. At least three people were killed during a military sweep early Monday, pushing the death toll from four days of street clashes to at least 14. (Associated Press)

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Egyptians wave national flags while protesting against the country's ruling military council in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday. "How can we have elections right after so many people have died?" asked farmer Hemdan El-Ready. (Associated Press)