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Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant slogans after a clash with anti-Morsi protesters next to the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec. 5. (Tara Todras-Whitehill/The New York Times)
Muslim Brotherhood supporters chant slogans after a clash with anti-Morsi protesters next to the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec. 5. (Tara Todras-Whitehill/The New York Times)

The factions fighting for control of Egypt's future Add to ...

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood leadership and a widening array of opponents appear to be on a collision course Friday as a presidential address to the nation late Thursday night failed to meet opposition demands

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