Protests turn violent in Egypt; army gives Morsi 2 days to respond

Protests against President Mohamed Morsi became violent Sunday, with protesters setting the Muslim Brotherhood office in Cairo on fire. Today, the military gave Morsi and other politicians two days to address the protests and threatening to choose its "own road map for the future." Clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi groups have killed 16.

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