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<p>Deadly clashes between supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsy and security forces erupted Friday, August 16, 2013, across Egypt. Thousands of protesters, primarily supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, defied a government-imposed curfew, staying put in Cairo's Ramses Square and the streets, while military vehicles were deployed across Cairo and Giza, taking up positions in squares and near government institutions.</p>

Deadly clashes between supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsy and security forces erupted Friday, August 16, 2013, across Egypt. Thousands of protesters, primarily supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, defied a government-imposed curfew, staying put in Cairo's Ramses Square and the streets, while military vehicles were deployed across Cairo and Giza, taking up positions in squares and near government institutions.

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