Protesters surround a burnt out school in Cairo occupied by police. They throw rocks while riot police fire tear gas. Some run for cover, as street protests enter their second day in Egypt. They are angry at President Mohamed Mursi who granted himself sweeping new powers. Mursi's caused fury on the street, prompting violent clashes in central Cairo and other cities Friday.
Nov. 24 - Egyptian police and youths in tense stand-off at a burnt out school in the capital as protests erupt for the second day. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. ( Transcript )
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