"Leave Morsy"

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A boy holds up a banner reads "Leave Morsy" during funeral of one of Port Said victims, al-Manakh neighborhood, 29 January 2013. Violence erupted in Port Said following verdict of Port Said massacre, which left more than 35 killed, and hundreds of injured people.

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A boy holds up a banner reads "Leave Morsy" during funeral of one of Port Said victims, al-Manakh neighborhood, 29 January 2013. Violence erupted in Port Said following verdict of Port Said massacre, which left more than 35 killed, and hundreds of injured people.

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