In Pics: Army takes control in Egypt; Adly Mansour sworn in as interim president

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Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour speaks after being sworn in as president in Cairo on 4 July. Mansour has been sworn in as interim president, replacing the Islamist Mohamed Morsi who was ousted by the military. AP
1/11Egypt’s interim president Adly Mansour speaks after being sworn in as president in Cairo on 4 July. Mansour has been sworn in as interim president, replacing the Islamist Mohamed Morsi who was ousted by the military. AP
A video grab of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi speaking on 3 July at an undisclosed location. The military ousted Morsi after millions of Egyptians took to the streets demanding his resignation. AFP/Muslim Brotherhood
2/11A video grab of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi speaking on 3 July at an undisclosed location. The military ousted Morsi after millions of Egyptians took to the streets demanding his resignation. AFP/Muslim Brotherhood
Protesters against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi celebrate at Tahrir Square in Cairo on 3 July, after the announcement of his suspension. Morsi has been taken to a military facility in Cairo, while other Muslim brotherhood leaders have also been arrested. Reuters
3/11Protesters against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi celebrate at Tahrir Square in Cairo on 3 July, after the announcement of his suspension. Morsi has been taken to a military facility in Cairo, while other Muslim brotherhood leaders have also been arrested. Reuters
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Mohamed Morsi react after the suspension of the Egyptian leader in Cairo. The fall of Egypt’s first elected leader after the Arab uprisings of 2011 has raised questions about the future of political Islam. Reuters
4/11Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Mohamed Morsi react after the suspension of the Egyptian leader in Cairo. The fall of Egypt’s first elected leader after the Arab uprisings of 2011 has raised questions about the future of political Islam. Reuters
Protesters celebrate Morsi’s suspension at Tahrir Square. Egypt’s 84 million people find themselves facing the same set of questions about the efficacy of democracy in a region already traumatised by the civil war in Syria. Reuters
5/11Protesters celebrate Morsi’s suspension at Tahrir Square. Egypt’s 84 million people find themselves facing the same set of questions about the efficacy of democracy in a region already traumatised by the civil war in Syria. Reuters
Protesters calling for the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi gather in Cairo’s landmark Tahrir Square on 2 July. As the protests resignation intensified, Morsi on Tuesday declared that he had been freely elected and refused to step down. AFP
6/11Protesters calling for the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi gather in Cairo’s landmark Tahrir Square on 2 July. As the protests resignation intensified, Morsi on Tuesday declared that he had been freely elected and refused to step down. AFP
A lady protests against Mohamed Morsi at Tahrir Square. Protesters want Morsi to stand aside immediately and call early presidential elections. The Egyptian army has also given him an ultimatum to force a resolution to Egypt’s political crisis. Reuters
7/11A lady protests against Mohamed Morsi at Tahrir Square. Protesters want Morsi to stand aside immediately and call early presidential elections. The Egyptian army has also given him an ultimatum to force a resolution to Egypt’s political crisis. Reuters
Supporters of Mohamed Morsi wave national flags in Nasser City, Cairo. The army has issued an ultimatum to Morsi, asking him to form a coalition government by Wednesday, or face a military-imposed solution to end months of unrest. AP
8/11Supporters of Mohamed Morsi wave national flags in Nasser City, Cairo. The army has issued an ultimatum to Morsi, asking him to form a coalition government by Wednesday, or face a military-imposed solution to end months of unrest. AP
Protesters light flares at Tahrir Square in Cairo on 3 July after a speech by Morsi. Hundreds of Morsi supporters and their opponents battled for hours in the streets of Cairo, making it the largest protests after 2011. Reuters
9/11Protesters light flares at Tahrir Square in Cairo on 3 July after a speech by Morsi. Hundreds of Morsi supporters and their opponents battled for hours in the streets of Cairo, making it the largest protests after 2011. Reuters
Supporters of Mohamed Morsi take part in a drill during a protest at the Raba El-Adwyia mosque square in Cairo. Morsi, 61, is the first freely elected president of Egypt. He assumed charge a year ago after Egyptians overthrew Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Reuters
10/11Supporters of Mohamed Morsi take part in a drill during a protest at the Raba El-Adwyia mosque square in Cairo. Morsi, 61, is the first freely elected president of Egypt. He assumed charge a year ago after Egyptians overthrew Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Reuters
Demonstrators gather outside the presidential palace in Cairo. AFP
11/11Demonstrators gather outside the presidential palace in Cairo. AFP
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