After days of demonstrations and mounting tension, protests continue across Egypt today in what is expected to be a peak point in the movement against President Mohammed Morsi.
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Follow the #Egypt and #June30 hashtags:
— Zakaria Mj (@zakariamj) June 30, 2013
— Doaa Yassin (@DoaaY) June 30, 2013
— Amir | تمرد (@MiroEgyptian) June 30, 2013
— Syrian Sapper (@razorfallin) June 30, 2013
— TheRandom_1 (@TheRandom_1) June 30, 2013
— Mourad DACHRAOUI (@ze_dach) June 30, 2013
Dear #Morsi, are you getting the message? Are you seeing this? All of Egypt is in the streets chanting "LEAVE"!
— السيد مانكي (@Sandmonkey) June 30, 2013
— Mandy Nagy (@Liberty_Chick) June 30, 2013
Reporters in Egypt during Jan25 uprising saying today's protests — in Tahrir and at the presidential palace — are the biggest they've seen.
— Erin Cunningham (@erinmcunningham) June 30, 2013
"It is the biggest protest in Egypt's history," military source tells AFP as "millions" of protesters fill streets http://t.co/DzSTlxpA6G
— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) June 30, 2013