Egypt's main opposition group on Saturday backed calls to oust the ruling Islamists after deadly clashes and as President Mohamed Morsi scrambled to contain fallout from footage of apparent police brutality.
An Egyptian couple walks past a damaged barbed wire fence outside the presidential palace in Cairo on February 2, 2013. Egypt's main opposition group on Saturday backed calls to oust President Mohamed Morsi and demanded he go on trial after deadly clashes left the Islamist leader scrambling to contain fallout from footage of police brutality.
The National Salvation Front said it "completely sides with the people and its active forces' calls to topple the authoritarian regime and the Muslim Brotherhood's control."
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