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Egyptian Protests Continue Around U.S. Embassy in Cairo

Officials in Egypt promise to protect Embassy despite ongoing protests over controversial U.S. film.
09/13/2012

Transcript for Egyptian Protests Continue Around U.S. Embassy in Cairo

Protestors stick to the streets of Cairo again this morning as police fired tear gas. Overnight they broke through a barbed wire barrier -- burned tires near the US embassy. Tensions -- over at... See More
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