SOURCE - ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY
Cairo - 3 July, 2013
1. Wide, aerial view of demonstrators in Tahrir Square
2. Wide, different angle, Tahrir Square protesters
ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLY
Giza, Egypt, - 3 July, 2013
3. Wide, Poster of Morsi
4. Mid, burned motorcycle
5. Close, Burned motorcycle
Cairo - 2 July, 2013
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Location - Date
6. Wide of protesters outside Itehadeya presidential palace, lasers being projected into the sky
7. Wide of laser message projected onto building in Tahrir Square, reading (Arabic) "Leave", thousands of protesters in foreground cheering
8. Various of laser forming words "Morsi" (with 'X' through name), "Game Over", "Out" on building
9. Wide, people in restaurant watching Morsi on TV
10. Mid, people in restaurant watching Morsi
11. Wide, huge crowd in street, many Egyptian flags
12. Wide, more crowd
13. Wide, More laser projections in buildiing, including word Egypt
14. Wide, huge crowd
15. Wide. huge crowd
TURMOIL IS GROWING IN EGYPT, WHILE A DEADLINE SET BY THE NATION'S MILITARY IS DRAWING CLOSE.
SUPPORTERS AND OPPONENTS OF EGYPT'S ISLAMIST PRESIDENT MOHAMED MORSI CLASHED OVERNIGHT, WITH ABOUT TWO DOZEN PEOPLE REPORTED DEAD.
THE MILITARY HAS TOLD MORSI TO RESOLVE THE CRISIS WITH HIS OPPONENTS, OR THAT IT WOULD IMPOSE ITS OWN SOLUTION.
A DRAFT OF THE PLAN HAS THE MILITARY SUSPENDING THE CONSTITUTION, DISBANDING PARLIAMENT AND INSTALLING A NEW LEADERSHIP.
ON TUESDAY, MORSI DEMANDED THAT THE ARMED FORCES WITHDRAW ITS ULTIMATUM, AND SAID THAT HE REJECTS ALL DICTATES.
HE IS EGYPT'S FIRST FREELY ELECTED PRESIDENT, AND SAYS THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR THE LEGITIMACY OF DEMOCRACY.
HIS OPPONENTS SAY HE HAS LOST HIS LEGITIMACY THROUGH MISTAKES AND POWER GRABS.
THEY ALSO SAY HE'S USING THE ISLAMIST MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD TO TRY TO TAKE CONTROL OF THE COUNTRY.
ED DONAHUE, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.