Photos: Protests In Egypt Erupt Over Morsi's Ouster
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest near Cairo University on Friday. A wave of mass rallies against the military's ouster of Morsi are expected.
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Supporters of Morsi carry a man who was shot during clashes near the headquarters of the Republican Guard, in Cairo. Live ammunition has been fired during the protests, but it is not clear who fired.
Egyptian army helicopters fly over Cairo with the national flags. Clashes between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and opponents have raised fears of deadly violence over the military's decision to depose and arrest Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president.
Opponents of Morsi wave national flags and posters of Egypt's military chief, Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, during a protest in Tahrir Square. The signs, in Arabic, read, "Sissi, get in."
A Morsi supporter stands guard on top of a barricade during a rally at Cairo University in Giza. Tens of thousands of Morsi supporters chanted "Down with military rule."
Egyptians hold portraits of military chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sissi reading in Arabic "Come down Sisi, let the Muslim Brotherhood stay silent" as they gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square on July 5. With its popularly supported overthrow of president Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's army has placed itself at the forefront of a difficult transition.
An Egyptian protester flashes v signs for military aircrafts forming a heart shape trails in the sky over Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, on Friday, July 5. Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called for a wave of protests Friday, furious over the military's ouster of its president.
Protesters supporting deposed Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi gather at the Raba El-Adwyia mosque square, near the Republican Guard barracks where Mursi is being held, in Cairo on July 5. At least three protesters were shot dead outside the barracks in Cairo, security sources said, as angry Islamist supporters confronted troops across the country.