Tens of thousands of Egyptians flood streets, protest Morsi

NBC News:

Tens of thousands of opponents and supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi flooded the streets of Cairo as competing protests turned deadly on Sunday. Violent clashes left three dead, the country’s minister of health said.

Sunday’s protests represent the peak of a year of turbulence and turmoil in which Egypt has been rocked by scores of political crises, dozens of bloody clashes and a declining economy.

Photo: Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi shout slogans against him and members of the Muslim Brotherhood during a demonstration in Tahrir square in Cairo June 30, 2013. (Mohamed Abd El Ghany / Reuters)

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    This is a mindblowing amount of people. Why isn’t any of this on the news?
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