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25.04.2014
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US, Europe express concern over Morsi's power grab in Egypt

State Department calls for constitution with strong checks and balances • Egypt Judges' Club calls for strike against Morsi's judicial review immunity • Mohamed El-Baradei hints that Morsi is acting like a dictator.

News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has disappointed the West with his recent dictatorial decrees.
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A protester throws a cannister of tear gas back to riot police in Tahrir Square, Cairo on Sunday.
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Protestersrun from riot police during clashes in Tahrir Square, Cairo on Sunday.
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An Egyptian protester chants slogans while holding a cross and a Quran in Tahrir Square, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012.
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Mohamed ElBaradei: "I am waiting to see, I hope soon, a very strong statement of condemnation by the U.S., by Europe and by everybody who really cares about human dignity.'
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