DURATION: 1:20

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SHOTLIST:

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - July 1, 2013

1. Medium shot of protesters chanting for Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to leave

2. Close up protesters holding Egyptian flag

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - June 30, 2013

3. Medium/wide shot of soldiers/tanks with Egyptian flags

AP IMAGES

4. Recent of photo of Morsi

NILE NEWS - NO ACCESS EGYPT

5. STILL of Egyptian Defence Minister Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, overlaid with AUDIO of Egyptian military statement

DEPT OF STATE - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Washington, DC - July 1, 2013

6. Wide shot of Patrick Ventrell walking to podium

7. SOUNDBITE: Patrick Ventrell/Acting Deputy State Dept. Spokesman (transcript below)

TANZANIAN TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - July 1, 2013

8. Wide shot of President Barack Obama and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete walking out to news conference

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - July 1, 2013

9. Wide shot of protesters chanting

TANZANIAN TV - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - July 1, 2013

10. SOUNDBITE: Barack Obama/US President (transcript below)

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - June 30, 2013

11. Wide shot of protesters in Cairo

12. Medium shot of photo of Morsi

13. Medium shot of protesters walking

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - July 1, 2013

13. Medium shot of broken window at Muslim Brotherhood headquarters

14.Wide of scorched and damaged exterior of Muslim Brotherhood headquarters

15. Medium shot of protesters inside Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, breaking glass windows

AP - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo - July 1, 2013

16. Medium shot of protesters

17. Medium shot of demonstrators holding banner calling for Morsi to be prosecuted

18. Wide shot of protesters

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VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

WHILE EGYPTIANS ARE GATHERING FOR A SECOND DAY OF MASS RALLIES... EGYPT'S POWERFUL MILITARY IS WARNING IT WILL INTERVENE IF PRESIDENT MOHAMMED MORSI DOESN'T STEP DOWN.

NATS UP

THE MILITARY'S STATEMENT -- READ ON STATE TELEVISION -- PUTS ENORMOUS PRESSURE ON THE ISLAMIST PRESIDENT, WHO'S VOWED TO REMAIN IN OFFICE.

THE U-S STATE DEPARTMENT SAYS ITS FOLLOWING THE SITUATION... BUT ISN'T TAKING SIDES.

SOUNDBITE: Patrick Ventrell/Acting Deputy State Dept. Spokesman

"We don't have a particular party or group or interest that we're backing. Indeed, the only thing we're backing is the Egyptian people and the goal of their success of democratic transition."

DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN TANZANIA, PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA SAID THE U-S IS COMMITTED TO DEMOCRACY IN EGYPT.

SOUNDBITE: Barack Obama, US President

"It's not our job to choose who Egypt's leaders are. We do want to make sure all the voices are heard and it's done in a peaceful way."

MILLIONS OF EGYPTIANS FLOODED THE STREETS NATIONWIDE SUNDAY... AND THE DEMONSTRATIONS WERE LARGELY PEACEFUL.

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BUT ARMED MORSI SUPPORTERS AND PROTETERS CLASHED AT THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD'S CAIRO HEADQUARTERS ON SUNDAY.

PROTESTERS THEN STORMED AND RANSACKED THE BUILDING EARLY MONDAY.

THE DEMONSTRATIONS WERE THE LARGEST SEEN IN EGYPT SINCE HOSNI MUBARAK'S OUSTER MORE THAN TWO YEARS AGO.

SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press

 

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