View from Cairo || As Morsi's deadline nears, tensions on Egypt's streets are palpable
As army's ultimatum reaches end, Egyptians fear more bloodshed; for now, Muslim Brotherhood stands united with Morsi, even at cost of losing historic achievement of ruling Egypt.
CAIRO - At seven in the morning on Wednesday, some garbage workers were trying to collect the remains of Tuesday's demonstrations outside Heliopolis Palace, the residence of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi. Opposition demonstrators do not limit themselves to Tahrir Square - they also staged a sit-down protest next to the palace.
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