Details emerge on charges against Morsi as protesters take to the streets

Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is being accused of allegedly arranging jail attacks during the 2011 uprising as well as liaising with Hamas. Pro- and anti-Morsi demonstrators took to the streets today. Meanwhile, the Obama administration says it doesn't need to determine whether the ouster was a coup, allowing the U.S. to continue to fund the Egyptian government.

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