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SHOTLIST:AP- AP Clients OnlyCairo - Nov. 231. Wide of protests2. Medium of protests3. Protesters throwing rocks4. Nat sound of Morsi5. Morsi speaking to crowd6. Building on fire7. Night protests8. Wide of protestsVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:Violent clashes have once again broken out across Egypt as the country has been thrust back into a state of unrest.The massive protests have been sparked by recent moves from the president to grant himself more power.Some see that as a return to dictatorship others though say the moves are needed to continue the country's revolution.NAT SOUND ARABIC.President Mohammed Morsi himself addressed a crowd in Cairo telling it his edits were necessary to stop a "minority" that was trying to block his goals.That though only helped fuel his opponents, some of whom burned the offices of his political arm in the coastal city of Alexandria.Back in Cairo, protesters chanted for Morsi to leave and others likened him to Hosni Mubarak, the past president who was ousted from power nearly two years ago.To be sure frustration has been growing for months with Morsi in Egypt and there are fears that this protest will further unravel the country's political system, polarize the population and spark even more unrest. _______ Associated Press