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Obama agenda: Unrest in Egypt

The BBC: “Anti-government protesters in Egypt have stormed the national headquarters of President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood in the capital, Cairo. People are reported to have ransacked the building in the eastern Moqattam district and also set it on fire. Eight people have been killed outside since Sunday, security sources say.”

Al Jazeera: “Protesters seeking to force Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi from office are gearing up for a second day of action, after large crowds thronged the streets of Cairo and cities around the country and marched on the presidential palace. In the capital, the seat of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood to which Morsi belongs, was set ablaze before people stormed and looted the building, an AFP correspondent there said.”

The New York Times front page has a four-column photo of the demonstrations and the headline: “By the millions, Egyptians seek Morsi’s ouster.”

The Wall Street Journal: “Egyptians throng the streets in protest.”

The Washington Post: “Taking to the streets.”

USA Today: “Anti-government protesters in Egypt on Monday stormed the Cairo headquarters of President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood Islamist group. The six-story building in an eastern Cairo was ransacked and set on fire, and activists say at least five protesters were killed during the clashes between armed Morsi supporters barricaded inside the building and young protesters pelting it with firebombs and rocks.”