JUNE 29 - Dozens of protesters wake up to a calm morning in Cairo's Tahrir Square after a night of protests in Cairo and clashes in other Egyptian cities. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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Dozens of opponents of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi woke up in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Saturday after the first night of their open-ended sit in.
Protesters want Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood which propelled him to power to leave. The sit-in comes just ahead of mass demonstrations called for June 30th.
Protesters set up anti-Muslim Brotherhood posters in Tahrir Square, saying the group was destroying the country.
One group of young protesters had brought along a guitar to their sit-in demonstration, singing for Mursi to 'leave'.
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