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(SUPER = Cairo)

GUNFIRE RANG OUT AND TEAR GAS FILLED THE AIR IN CAIRO FRIDAY...

SINCE THE MILITARY REMOVED EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT MOHAMMAD MORSI ON WEDNESDAY,

HIS ISLAMIST BACKERS AND SECURITY FORCES HAVE BEEN CLASHING.

AT ONE PRO-MORSI RALLY, TROOPS OPENED FIRE KILLING FOUR PROTESTERS.

IN A FIERY SPEECH, THE LEADER OF THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD VOWED TO RESTORE MORSI TO OFFICE.

(SOT)

(SUPER = Mohammed Badie, General Guide of Muslim Brotherhood)

"The people of Egypt will continue to protect the results of its revolution, and protect their deserved rights."

MORSI SUPPORTERS.. WHO PROTESTED ACROSS CAIRO AND OTHER CITIES... SAY THE MILITARY DESTROYED DEMOCRACY BY STEALING POWER FROM THE FIRST FREELY ELECTED EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT.

IN TAHRIR SQUARE, THOUSANDS OF ANTI-MORSI PROTESTERS RALLIED. THEY SAY HE CONCENTRATED POWER IN THE HANDS OF ISLAMIC EXTREMISTS.

FRIDAY THEY CHANTED "DOWN WITH THE REGIME" - "MUSLIM AND CHRISTIANS OF EGYPT ARE UNITED."

(SOT)

(SUPER = Hossam Al Mahdy, anti-Morsi protester)

"We defend the army with our soul."

THE NEW MILITARY-BACKED CIVILIAN ADMINISTRATION MOVED QUICKLY TO DISSOLVE AN INTERIM PARLIAMENT AND START NAMING NEW OFFICIALS.

SOME EXTREMISTS HAVE VOWED A VIOLENT RETALIATION FOR MORSI'S OUSTER.

JEANNIE OHM, ASSOCIATED PRESS.

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SHOTLIST:

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Cairo, Egypt - July 5, 2013

1. Various of protesters supporting former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi running from tear gas fired by military near Republican Guard headquarters

2. Egyptian army fortifies the Republican Guard headquarters

3. Pro-Morsi protesters run from tear gas

4. Pro-Morsi protesters carry injured man

5. Injured pro-Morsi protester lying on ground as others tend to him

6. Various of one of the protesters killed by army fire, body wrapped in sheet

MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY

Cairo, Egypt - July 5, 2013

7. Wide of Muslim Brotherhood leaders on stage

8. Pan of pro-Morsi crowd gathered to listen to Mohammed Badie, General Guide of Muslim Brotherhood

9. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic with English translation) Mohammed Badie, General Guide of Muslim Brotherhood:

"The people of Egypt will continue to protect the results of its revolution, and protect their deserved rights."

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Cairo, Egypt - July 5, 2013

10. Morsi supporters carry another injured protester

11. Wide of pro-Morsi protesters outside Republican Guard building

12. Various of Morsi supporters protesting

13. Wide of anti-Morsi supporters gathered in Tahrir Square

14. Various of anti-Morsi protesters waving flags and chanting

15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Hossam Al Mahdy, anti-Morsi protester:

"We defend the army with our soul."

16. Military helicopter flying over Tahrir Square

17. Wide of anti-Morsi protestor holding picture of Egyptian Defense Minister, General Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi

18. Tight of el-Sissi picture

19. Pro-Morsi protestor with bloody hands holding a grenade

20. Mid of Morsi picture with blood spattered on it

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