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Cairo, Egypt - 4 July 2013

1. Various night shots of Tahrir Square

2. Wide of ceremony with new interim president Adly Mansour

3. Medium of Mansour

4. Wide overhead shot of ceremony

5. Medium of Mansour, NATSND in Arabic

6. Various daytime shots of demonstrators

7. Medium of pro-Morsi demonstrators

8. Close up of Morsi sign

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Mairam Husny, Morsi supporter:

"This is not freedom. They are arresting people without court order. We're back to Mubarak."

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Washington, DC - 4 July 2013

10. Medium of President Barack Obama with advisers in situation room

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Cairo, Egypt - 4 July 2013

11. Medium of Egyptian troops in armored vehicle

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Margate, England - 4 July 2013

12. SOUNDBITE (English) David Cameron, British Prime Minister:

"We never support, in countries, the intervention by the military, but what what now needs to happen, what we need to happen now in Egypt is for democracy to flourish and for a genuine democratic transition to take place."

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Cairo, Egypt - 4 July 2013

13. Various night shots of demonstrations

STORYLINE:

EGYPT HAS A NEW PRESIDENT... FOR NOW. AND THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE HAVE CROWDED INTO TAHRIR SQUARE IN CELEBRATION.

THE CHIEF JUDGE OF THE COUNTRY'S SUPREME CONSTITUTIONAL COURT, ADLY MANSOUR, HAS BEEN SWORN IN AS INTERIM PRESIDENT FOLLOWING THE MILITARY'S REMOVAL OF MOHAMMED MORSI FROM POWER.

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MANSOUR CALLED ON THE COUNTRY TO STOP PRODUCING DICTATORSHIPS AND PRAISED THE MASSIVE STREET DEMONSTRATIONS.

DEMONSTRATORS SAY MORSI, AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD FROM WHICH HE HAILED, HAD WARPED THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS.

THE MILITARY HAS NOW LAUNCHED A MAJOR CRACKDOWN AGAINST THE BROTHERHOOD, ARRESTING THE GROUP'S TOP LEADER.

BUT MORSI SUPPORTERS HAVE TAKEN TO THE STREETS AS WELL.

Mairam Husny, Morsi supporter:

"This is not freedom. They are arresting people without court order. We're back to Mubarak."

THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION RELEASED A STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDING "THE LEGITIMATE GRIEVANCES OF THE EGYPTIAN PEOPLE," BUT STOPPED SHORT OF CALLING THE ACTION A MILITARY COUP.

BRITAIN'S PRIME MINISTER WENT A STEP FURTHER.

David Cameron: "We never support, in countries, the intervention by the military, but what what now needs to happen, what we need to happen now in Egypt is for democracy to flourish and for a genuine democratic transition to take place."

THE MILITARY IS IN THE PROCESS OF INSTALLING A NEW CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT UNTIL ELECTIONS CAN BE HELD. NO ELECTION DATE HAS BEEN SET.

RITA FOLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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