Mohamed Morsi's Presidential Decree Triggers Protest


People are seen milling around at Egyptian revolution landmark Tahrir... News PhotoAlexandria - Egypt,Arab Spring,Cairo,Canal,City,City Life,Conflict,Crisis,Day,Egypt,Famous Place,General View,High Angle View,Horizontal,Mediterranean Culture,Middle East,Mohamed Morsi,Office,People,Politics,President,Protest,Revolution,Suez,Tahrir Square - Cairo,Tent,ViolencePhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPPeople are seen milling around at Egyptian revolution landmark Tahrir Square in Cairo on November 24, 2012, the day after opposition-led protests were held in most of Egypt's major cities, sparking violent clashes in the canal city of Suez and the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, where offices of the Islamist Freedom and Justice Party, which backed Mohamed Morsi for the presidency, were torched. AFP PHOTOGIANLUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)