Egypt’s Second Revolution

If you’ve been following Adrena’s excellent Middle East news threads, you already know that Egyptian president Morsi was under considerable political fire for decrees that seemed to be trying to turn his rule into a new Mubarak-style dictatorship. Well, today Egypt caught fire.

According to observers on my own Twitter feed, Tahir Square is a scene of confrontation between the Morsi-supporting Muslim Brotherhood and police on one side and more liberal protesters from opposition groups on the other. Molotovs are being thrown by both sides and one woman has been killed.

More from EANews’ live blog here

The Guardian: Mohamed Morsi supporters and opponents clash in Cairo 

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