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‘FREEDOM OR WE DIE’: Massive Protest at Morsi’s Palace in Cairo – Violence Erupts, 3G Cut – LIVE VIDEO


Anti-Mursi protesters gear up to march on Egypt’s presidential palace

Opponents of Islamist President Mohammed Mursi were to march on the presidential palace on Tuesday to protest his power grab and a controversial draft charter, as the country plunged deeper into crisis.

Five marches were set to take off at 4:00 pm (1400 GMT) from several mosques in Cairo towards the Itihadiya presidential palace in the upscale neighborhood of Heliopolis, AFP reported the organizers as saying.

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/12/04/253338.html

Egyptian journalists protest draft constitution

As independent and partisan newspapers go on a one-day strike, hundreds of journalists march to Tahrir Square to announce their discontent

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/59761/Egypt/Politics-/Egyptian-journalists-protest-draft-constitution.aspx

Egyptian papers suspend publication protesting new restrictions

As political crisis deepens, at least eight influential dailies partake in civil disobedience campaign against Islamists’ draft constitution, Morsi’s presidential decrees

http://www.timesofisrael.com/egyptian-papers-suspend-publication-protesting-new-restrictions/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Picture: Protesters outside presidential palace chant ‘Down with Morshed(MB Supreme Guide)’, ‘Illegitimate’

http://pbs.twimg.com/media/A9RxTbOCEAArl6q.jpg

BREAKING

Egyptian riot police fire teargas at protesters demonstrating against President Morsi near presidential palace: live TV

Anti-#Morsi protesters clash with police near #Egypt’s presidential palace. Details soon:

Protesters in Egyptian capital #Cairo clash with police outside presidential palace. Watch Live:

http://www.aljazeera.com/watch_now/

http://reuters.livestation.com/demo

Its happening fast – tons of tweets coming in

Breaking;- Tear gas and chaos at Presidential palace as CSF attack protesters

3 mobile phone lines r being cut around presidential palace so protesters can’t communicate

Security forces reportedly falling back around #PresidentialPalace in #Cairo #Egypt

For those asking: Barriers removed near Presidential Palace & security forces retreat at protest against #Morsi decree – Al Arabiya reporter

.@rawyarageh says no 3G service outside presidential palace due to large marches

 

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