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November 23, 2012
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Protesters ran as they suffer from tear gas inhalation fired by Egyptian riot police. Protests broke out around the country after President Mohammad Morsi granted himself broad powers.
A protester celebrated as items from an office of Morsi's party were burned in the street.
Demonstrations flared up in several cities, including in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Protesters in Alexandria, Egypt, hurled stones at supporters of Morsi.
Morsi's powers place him beyond oversight of the judiciary, a step some Egyptians see as a move toward dictatorship.
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Egyptian police fired tear gas at protesters in Tahrir Square.
Morsi spoke to supporters outside the presidential palace in Cairo.
Supporters of president Mohammad Morsi chant and wave his campaign posters and a national flag.
Protesters took cover near Tahrir Square.
Protesters chanted slogans against Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi.