EGYPT (AP) - Protesters remained on the streets of Egypt's capital Saturday morning after violence across the country.
More than two dozen people died Friday as opponents of Mohammed Morsi and supporters angry over his overthrow held demonstrations.
Clashes in the city of Alexandria left twelve people dead, and five people died during violence in Cairo.
At least 200 people were injured nationwide.
The army has troops set up in and around Cairo's Tahrir Square, but the situation appeared to calm early Saturday morning.
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