Tens of thousands of supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi continued to fortify their sit-ins in Cairo, amid recent threats from the police that the protesters would be forced out if ... more 
Tens of thousands of supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi continued to fortify their sit-ins in Cairo, amid recent threats from the police that the protesters would be forced out if they refuse to go. Outside the sit-ins, police fired tear gas as clashes erupted in front of government buildings in the heart of the city. Egypt's interim president swore in 20 new provincial governors on Tuesday, a move that reinforces the new leadership's authority and removes all Muslim Brotherhood members previously installed in the posts by Mohammed Morsi before his ouster as president. Police fired tear gas at supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi after clashes in central Cairo. The pro-Morsi demonstrators were pelted with rocks by local residents as they marched on the Interior Ministry. less 
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Tue, Aug 13, 2013 5:20 PM EDT