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Photos: Protest turns violent in Cairo

Published 9:42 PM ET, Fri October 12, 2012
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An anti-Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsy protester cries on the ground as a man tries to calm him during clashes with Morsy supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo on Friday, October 12. AFP/Getty Images
Egyptian opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsy throw a Molotov cocktail toward government supporters on Friday. AFP/Getty Images
Anti-Muslim Brotherhood and pro-government supporters clash in the worst violence over Egypt's new Islamist leader on Friday, a day after he crossed swords with the judiciary. AFP/Getty Images
Protesters and government supporters throw stones at each other during clashes on Friday. AFP/Getty Images
Protesters and government supporters throw stones at each other during clashes on Friday. AFP/Getty Images
Egyptians evacuate a wounded man during clashes on Friday. AFP/Getty Images
The health ministry said at least 12 people were wounded as protesters showered each other with stones after Morsy supporters tore down a podium from which anti-Brotherhood chants were being orchestrated. AFP/Getty Images
Egyptian protesters hold a national flag as they walk past a burning bus. AFP/Getty Images
Egyptians inspect a bus that was set on fire during clashes between government supporters and opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsy. AFP/Getty Images
Morsy's Muslim Brotherhood movement and a coalition of secular-leaning groups held separate rallies on some of the thorniest issues facing the new democracy after last year's uprising, which ousted President Hosni Mubarak. AFP/Getty Images