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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    Protests continue in Egypt


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Veteran iReporter and protester arasquare captured these images and videos of protesters demonstrating against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy and his government from Tahrir Square Monday. "I'm not sure what's going to happen but I think the situation will continue to escalate," he says. "People are very determined and they won't leave the streets. Morsy is under pressure from all sides."
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    Mass protests continue in Egypt for the second day as millions take to the streets against president Morsi, calling for early presidential elections. Tahrir square was occupied by hundreds of thousands chanting "Leave", "Down with Morsi and "Down with the Muslim brotherhood rule". People of all ages and backgrounds participated in the protests. It was more like a festival than a protests with thousands blowing vuvuzelas, waving Egyptian flags, dancing and singing patriotic and revolutionary songs. Fireworks and flares were all over the square. Military helicopters flew over the square carrying flags.

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