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Egyptian clashes on key anniversary

Hundreds of Egyptians protest against the Muslim Brotherhood, their chants call for the fall of the ruling party. By nightfall the protests turned violent with demonstrators clashing with police Police said they fired watercannons to prevent protesters storming a court. They had gathered to mark the fifth anniversary of the creation of the opposition group -- April 6 youth movement -- which played a crucial role in the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak. Now protesters are expressing their frustration with his replacement - President Mohammed Morsi - saying he has failed to bring the change he promised. Muslims and Christians clashed in other parts of the country. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) CHRISTIAN RESIDENT, KAMEEL, SAYING: "Without God's mercy yesterday, more people could have died yesterday. Without God intervening yesterday to quiet the situation down, things could have got even more out of control. But there must definitely be other people who

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