December 7th, 2012
02:19 PM ET

Egyptian president stands by edict amid violent protests

In Cairo, where protesters set one of the main headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood on fire following a speech by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy.

President Barack Obama spoke with Morsy on the phone, expressing his concerns about how violent the protests have become.
We asked CNN's Reza Sayah why Morsy's speech failed to appease protestors.

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