Protestors Converge On Presidential Palace as General Strike is Called : News Photo

Protestors Converge On Presidential Palace as General Strike is Called

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CAIRO, EGYPT - DECEMBER 6: A group of Egyptians watch as Egyptian Republican Guard soldiers erect barbed wire barricades in front of Egypt's Presidential Palace, after violent clashes the previous night, on December 6, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. At least five people were reported killed in the Cairo suburb of Heliopolis late on December 5 after thousands of protesters from groups both supporting and against President Morsi converged on the Presidential Palace, following large anti-government demonstrations in front of the palace on December 4. Anti-Morsi protesters continue to demonstrate across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images)
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CAIRO, EGYPT - DECEMBER 6: A group of Egyptians watch as Egyptian Republican Guard soldiers erect barbed wire barricades in front of Egypt's Presidential Palace, after violent clashes the previous night, on December 6, 2012 in Cairo, Egypt. At least five people were reported killed in the Cairo suburb of Heliopolis late on December 5 after thousands of protesters from groups both supporting and against President Morsi converged on the Presidential Palace, following large anti-government demonstrations in front of the palace on December 4. Anti-Morsi protesters continue to demonstrate across Egypt against the country's draft constitution, rushed through parliament in an overnight session on November 29. The country's new draft constitution, passed by a constitutional assembly dominated by Islamists, will go to a referendum on December 15. (Photo by Ed Giles/Getty Images)
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