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Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi loyalists shout slogans during a march on August 16, 2013 in Alexandria to protest against the killing of hundreds of fellow loyalists following a security crackdown two days before. Morsi loyalists took to the streets in several parts of Cairo, in the northern city of Alexandria, in Beni Sueif and Fayoum, south of Cairo and in the Red Sea resort town of Hurghada in what they dubbed a "Friday of anger". AFP PHOTO STR-/AFP/Getty Images
Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi loyalists shout slogans during a march on August 16, 2013 in Alexandria to protest against the killing of hundreds of fellow loyalists following a security crackdown two days before. Morsi loyalists took to the streets in several parts of Cairo, in the northern city of Alexandria, in Beni Sueif and Fayoum, south of Cairo and in the Red Sea resort town of Hurghada in what they dubbed a "Friday of anger". AFP PHOTO STR-/AFP/Getty Images

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