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Municipal workers swept the street closed by supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi.
The bloodshed has dashed hopes of reconciliation between Egypt's two camps, sharply divided over Morsi's ouster earlier this month.
AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/Reuters
A member of the Muslim Brotherhood, which backs Morsi, held a drawing in the Islamists' camp in Nasr City.
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Islamists held their ground near the Rabaa al Adweya Mosque after security forces opened fire on Morsi supporters, leaving at least 72 dead.
The Muslim Brotherhood has rejected the July 3 overthrow, saying it has overturned a democratically elected administration.
The international community, meanwhile, urged restraint.
Secretary of State John Kerry called on all sides to enter a "meaningful political dialogue" to "help their country take a step back from the brink."
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