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Little support for new Egypt protests

Heavy-handed crackdown not drawing outcry

A protester covered in an Egyptian flag carried an injured comrade during clashes with soldiers near Tahrir Square yesterday. A protester covered in an Egyptian flag carried an injured comrade during clashes with soldiers near Tahrir Square yesterday. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh/reuters)
By Hamza Hendawi
Associated Press / December 19, 2011
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Egypt’s ruling military and the revolutionaries who demand they immediately step down battled for a third day in the streets yesterday - and competed fiercely for the support of a broader public that has grown tired of turmoil since the fall of Hosni Mubarak 10 months ago.

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