· Discussion between Obama and Mursi who in an address to the Nation confirms the constitutional referendum ·
Egypt is on the brink of a civil war. Tension is growing in Cairo where today there was another wave of opposition protesters and supporters of President Mohammed Mursi, following yesterday's violent clashes, killing seven and injuring 771, with hundreds arrested. From the view of the opposition the decree gives the president unlimited power. After prayer on Friday rallies are planned in the capital which will head towards the presidential palace surrounded by armoured military tanks. Also near Cairo a demonstration has been organized by Islamic parties in favour of Mursi.
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