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Tea and tear gas in Tahrir Square

Headline Title:  Tea and tear gas in Tahrir Square 29 November 2012 Egyptians have returned to Tahrir Square many times since Hosni Mubarak fell, but rarely in these numbers.After the massive protest on Tuesday 27 November, some are even beginning to talk of a second uprising, a “November revolution”. Meanwhile President Morsi’s supporters are planning their response – a gathering in Tahrir on Saturday raising fears of clashes between the different camps.Not long ago, protesters were calling for an end to military rule. Today, large numbers are chanting against President Mohamed Morsi…

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