Cairo, Tahrir Square, June 30, 2013

Protesters opposing Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi gather during a demonstration at Tahrir Square in Cairo

And the next day, today:


CAIRO, July 1 (Reuters) – An outpouring of popular anger that put millions of Egyptians on the streets subsided on Monday but the country’s leaders seem no closer to ending a political stalemate that has left some looking to the army to break the deadlock.

Literally under fire overnight, as its national headquarters were set alight, President Mohamed Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood remains besieged by liberals and others who want Mursi to resign. Even some fellow Islamists say he must make concessions.

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