CAIRO — Egypt's interim president held talks on Saturday with the army chief and interior minister following clashes that killed at least 36 people and hardened the battle lines in the divided country.
Supporters and opponents of Mohammed Morsi clash on a bridge near the headquarters of Egyptian state TV and radio station in Cairo. (AP Photo)
Three days after the military pushed out Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected leader, the country appears to be careening toward further conflict and turmoil.
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