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Thousands Protest at Tahrir Square against Constitutional Amendments

Thousands protesting at Tahrir Square in Cairo now

Thousands protesting at Tahrir Square in Cairo now. Photograph shared by Nazly Hussein (@nazlyhussein) on Twitter

Thousands of Egyptians are protesting at Tahrir Square, in downtown Cairo, against constitutional amendments, which the say undermine basic freedoms and give newly elected president Mohamed Morsi sweeping powers.

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