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Fox News alert violent street battles in Egypt overnight.
Leaving at least seven people dead.
This -- and strengthen back crowd and the anger that is.
Bubbling within it on both sides of this this supporters and the opponents.
-- president Mohamed Morsi stormed right up to the gates of the palace there and then they got into this -- that you see playing out in Cairo.
The Egyptian military today is warning of these demonstrators.
From both sides -- they must now clear out.
Is set -- And barbed wired to -- -- net goal.
Very volatile times right now and that's how we start a brand new hour today after America's Newsroom good to have you -- as everybody I'm Martha MacCallum.
Bill Hemmer good morning again many of those protesters defying the military order -- -- doubt.
At the palace overnight now the violence comes.
As president -- -- meets -- military leaders to talk about.
How to stabilize the country and David Lee Miller has been watching all of this unfolding joins us now from our mideast bureau.
And it seems like the violence is really reaching a new level right now David -- You're right mother for the first time here were really witnessing.
Egyptian against Egyptian in the streets of Cairo the latest clashes taking place outside of the Presidential Palace.
A one sided mentioned supporters of president Mohamed Morsi on the other side -- two groups say the new constitution proposed by Morsi.
Islam is something -- cannot just -- -- side and firebombs rocks the -- of gunfire.
In addition to these seven did that you just mentioned it was 600 or so who were injured.
The commander of the Republican guards tried to assure egyptians that.
It's not going to take sides Republican guards are cast primarily be protecting the president and the presidential compound.
And in the last few hours to guard ordered protesters to leave tanks have been brought in also armored vehicles.
And we are told that more some supporters have withdrawn.
The opposition says there will be more protests.
What's also notable here that we have seen clashes in a number of other cities including the city of Alexandria the second largest city.
So this looks like there was a lull right now in the violent Hughes died had not yet resolve this conflict not anything close you know.
And I -- -- at this point is there any hopes for.
You know a framework or something that might change this allow it to be resolved peacefully David late.
We are told that the president of the Egyptian president is going to make an address.
On television in the next few hours we are also told that during the day.
He has made -- army -- and his ministers to try and come up with some way to stabilize the country we've got a live picture outside the Presidential Palace right now.
And the situation there at this hour does remain tense Egypt's vice president -- he has.
These are his words personal ideas to resolve the dispute.
To come up with -- amendments that would be apply to the proposed constitution that would be agreeable to the opposition but right now.
The position of the opposition Martha is this.
There will not be any dialogue dialogue will not take place until.
More he says there will not be a referendum on the constitution.
And he -- -- those additional powers that he took god a few weeks ago.
Right now the deadlock continues.
The position from the opponents of -- -- some things up this way there one of their leaders said that as far as they're concerned Morsi.
Is essentially the new.
-- -- -- Mean back to you.
Doesn't sound like much of -- negotiating position there on either side at the moment David Lee Miller thank you very much.
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