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People chant slogans for ousted former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in Tunis, Tunisia.

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Supporters of the Pakistani religious party Jamaat-i-Islami, gather to offer a funeral prayer in absentia for ousted former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, in Karachi, Pakistan.. Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president ousted by the military in 2013, collapsed during a trial session in Cairo on Monday and died.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, center right, attends funeral prayers in absentia for ousted former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, at Fatih Mosque in Istanbul. Funeral prayers were held in mosques across Turkey for Morsi, who had close ties to Erdogan. The former president, who was ousted by current President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi in a military coup in 2013, collapsed in a courtroom in Egypt during trial on Monday and died.

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Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to death, raises his hands inside a defendants cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt. An Egyptian court has sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist president Mohammed Morsi. Morsi, the case’s top defendant, was also sentenced to 25 years in prison. He was ousted by the military in July 2013, and has already been sentenced to death in other cases.

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Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, wearing a red jumpsuit that designates he has been sentenced to death, raises his hands inside a defendants cage in a makeshift courtroom at the national police academy, in an eastern suburb of Cairo, Egypt.

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Deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohammed Badie and over 100 other Islamists were today sentenced to death by a court here over mass prison breaks during the 2011 uprising.

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Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi sits in the defendant cage in the Police Academy courthouse during a court hearing on charges of inciting the murder of his opponents, in Cairo, Egypt.

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Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi stands in a defendant cage in the Police Academy courthouse during a court hearing in Cairo, Egypt. Morsi is charged with conspiring with foreign groups, inciting the murder of his opponents, orchestrating prison breaks during the 2011 uprising that toppled his predecessor, Hosni Mubarak, and leaking secret documents to Qatar via the Doha-based Al-Jazeera broadcaster.

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Brandishing the four-fingered symbol of the Rabaah that refers to the deadly dispersal of supporters of former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in August 2013, senior Muslim brotherhood leader Essam el-Erian, center left, and their spiritual leader Mohammed Badie, center right, appear in a courtroom cage accompanied by a policeman in Cairo, Egypt. The Egyptian court sentenced Badie and seven others including el-Erian to life in prison on charges of planning riots, murder and sabotage in a case stems from violence that took place last summer after Morsi was overthrown. Badie has been sentenced to death and to life in prison in two other cases but can still appeal.

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TV Grab: Egyptian State Television shows ousted President Mohammed Morsi speaking from inside a mesh cage as he stands with other defendants during a court hearing at a police academy compound in Cairo, Egypt. After four months in secret detention, Egypt's deposed Islamist president defiantly rejected a court's authority to try him, saying he was the country's "legitimate" leader and those that overthrew him should face charges instead. The trial was then adjourned until Jan. 8 after several interruptions.

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Supporters of Pakistan's religious party Jamaat-i-Islami hold a rally to show their support for ousted Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi in Islamabad, Pakistan. Hundreds of supporters gathered and took to the street carrying placards and banners supporting Morsi and condemning the Egyptian Army. The Arabic on the placards reads, "The only democratic president of Egypt is Morsi."

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An Egyptian pulls a banner of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi near debris left at a protest camp in Nahda Square, Giza, Cairo, Egypt.

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A supporter of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi holds up a portrait of Morsi seen through barbed wire as she protests in front of Egyptian army soldiers at the National Council for Human Right building in Cairo, Egypt.

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Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi hold up placards during a demonstration where protesters have installed their camp, at Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of protesters are holding rallies across Egypt to demand the reinstatement of Morsi.

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Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi wear his masks during a demonstration where protesters have installed their camp, at Nasr city, Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of protesters are holding rallies across Egypt to demand the reinstatement of Morsi.

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Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi chant supporting slogans as one puts on his poster over her Islamic veil during a rally in a park in front of Cairo University, where protesters have installed their camp in Giza, southwest of Cairo, Egypt. Clashes between police and Islamist supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi left seven protesters dead, the worst outbreak of violence in a week as the Islamist leader's supporters maintain pressure on the military and the interim administration to offer major concessions.

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Silhouetted supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi throw stones towards opponents of Morsi during clashes on a bridge in downtown Cairo in Egypt. Thousands of supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi held mass rallies and marched in the streets to demand his return to office. The protest turned violent in downtown Cairo as police fired tear gas at pro-Morsi protesters who burned tires, threw rocks and blocked traffic flow on a main roadway running through the heart of the capital.

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Supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi throw stones against the opponents of Morsi and security forces during clashes in downtown Cairo in Egypt.Thousands of supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi held mass rallies and marched in the streets to demand his return to office. The protest turned violent in downtown Cairo as police fired tear gas at pro-Morsi protesters who burned tires, threw rocks and blocked traffic flow on a main roadway running through the heart of the capital.

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A supporter of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi, left, kisses his friend with Morsi's mask during a demonstration before prayer meet in Nasr City in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of supporters of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood group rallied in a Cairo city square, waving pictures of the ousted president and chanting anti-military slogans, deriding army chief who led Morsi’s removal as “traitor” with one ultraconservative Salafi cleric vows to stay in the streets for years until Morsi is reinstated.

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Supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest at the Republican Guard building in Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.

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Egyptian Air Force puts on a show as opponents of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi rally celebrate in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt.

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Opponent of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi dance during a rally outside the Presidential palace, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's new leadership wrangled over the naming of a prime minister, as both the Muslim Brotherhood and their opponents called for new mass rallies, renewing fears of another round of street violence over the military's ousting of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

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Supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami hold posters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi as they participate in a rally in Karachi, Pakistan. Hundreds of supporters of an Islamist party rallied in Pakistani port city of Karachi against toppling of the Egypt’s first democratically elected President.

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Supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami burn posters of Egyptian Army Chief Lt. Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and interim President Adly Mansour, during a rally in Karachi, Pakistan. Hundreds of supporters of an Islamist party rallied in Karachi against toppling of the Egypt’s first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi.

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At least 30 people were killed and hundreds injured across Egypt as violent clashes broke out between supporters and opponents of deposed President Mohammed Morsi, even as an Islamist coalition-led by Muslim Brotherhood vowed more protests in his support across the country.

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A military attack helicopter flies over a street near the presidential palace, in Cairo, Egypt as the top leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has vowed to restore ousted President Mohammed Morsi to office, saying Egyptians will not accept "military rule" for another day.

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Take Two A massive crowd celebrates Morsi’s fall in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

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Egypt's chief justice Adly Mansour speaks at his swearing in ceremony as the nation's interim president. The chief justice of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court was sworn in Thursday as the nation's interim president, taking over hours after the military ousted the Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

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Egypt's chief justice Adly Mansour, center, speaks at his swearing in ceremony as nation's interim president. The chief justice of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court was sworn in as the nation's interim president, taking over hours after the military ousted the Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

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Opponents of Egypt's Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi celebrate outside the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt.

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An Egyptian opposition protester holds a chair and knife during a clash between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in downtown Damietta, Egypt. At least 10 people have been killed when opponents and supporters of Morsi clashed after the army announced of his removal, taking the number of deaths to 50 since Sunday when protesters started the mass movement against the Islamist leader.

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Fireworks light the sky as people celebrate in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's powerful military ousted the country's first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi and suspended the constitution after the 48-hour army deadline for him to meet people's demands expired.

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Opponents of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi shout slogans and wave national flags in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt.

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Supporters of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi march in formation with sticks and protective gear outside of the Rabia el-Adawiya mosque near the presidential palace, in Cairo, Egyp. Egypt was on edge following a "last-chance" ultimatum the military issued to Mohammed Morsi, giving the president and the opposition 48 hours to resolve the crisis in the country or have the army step in with its own plan.

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Egyptian protesters ransack the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in the Muqatam district in Cairo. Protesters stormed and ransacked the headquarters of President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood group, in an attack that could spark more violence as demonstrators gear up for a second day of mass rallies aimed at forcing the Islamist leader from power.

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An Egyptian protesters chant slogans and hold anti-Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi poster with Arabic reads, "Rebel and down with Muslim Brotherhood rule," during a rally in Tahrir Square, the focal point of Egyptian uprising, in Cairo.

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Thousands of Egyptian protesters gather in Tahrir Square to rally against Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi, in Cairo.

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Supporters of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi shout anti-opposition slogans at a public square during a rally outside the Rabia el-Adawiya Mosque in Cairo.

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Supporters of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi fill a public square outside the Rabia el-Adawiya Mosque in Cairo, not far from the presidential palace, during a rally in Cairo.

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Opponents of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi hold Arabic signs reading "leave," as fire rages at the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Alexandria. Thousands of backers and opponents of Egypt's Islamist president held competing rallies in Cairo and new clashes erupted between the two sides in the country's second largest city, Alexandria, in a prelude to massive nationwide protests planned by the opposition this weekend demanding Mohammed Morsi's removal.

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An Egyptian man throws a stone during clashes between rival groups of protesters in Cairo, Egypt. Several hundred supporters and opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi clashed near Cairo's Tahrir Square amid a rally calling on Morsi to "cleanse the judiciary."

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Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi addresses a business meeting in New Delhi.

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UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi shakes hands with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi during a meeting in New Delhi.

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President Pranab Mukherjee with his Egyptian counterpart Mohammed Morsi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at a ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.

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A protester kicks an Egyptian police pickup truck that was set on fire by anti-president Mohammed Morsi protesters on the 6th of October bridge, in Cairo, Egypt.

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An Egyptian protester tries to escape from fire after he burned an anti-Mohammed Morsi banner in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of Egyptians marched across the country, chanting against the rule of the Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, in a fresh wave of protests, even as cracks appeared in the ranks of the opposition after its political leaders met for the first time with the rival Muslim Brotherhood.

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A masked Egyptian protester part of the Black Bloc, flashes the victory sign during clashes with riot police, near Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. An unpredictable new element has entered Egypt’s wave of political unrest, a mysterious group of black-masked young men calling themselves the Black Bloc. They present themselves as the defenders of protesters against the rule of President Mohammed Morsi, but Islamists have used them to depict the opposition as a violent force wrecking the nation.

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Thousands of Egyptian protesters gather in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. Two years after Egypt's revolution began, the country's schism was on display as the mainly liberal and secular opposition held rallies saying the goals of the pro-democracy uprising have not been met and denouncing Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. With the anniversary, Egypt is definitively in the new phase of its upheaval.

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Egyptians girls show their inked fingers after casting their votes at a polling station in a referendum on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians were voting on a proposed constitution that has polarised their nation, with Morsi and his Islamist supporters backing the charter, while liberals, moderate Muslims and Christians oppose it.

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An Egyptian woman casts her vote at a polling station during a referendum on a disputed constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Morsi in Cairo, Egypt.

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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans as one holds up the Quran during a demonstration after the Friday prayer, in Cairo, Egypt.

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Opponents of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi hold pamphlets urging a "no vote" on a constitutional referendum as cars burn during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt.

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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans as riot police, left, stand guard in front of the entrance of Egypt’s top court, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt’s top court announced the suspension of its work indefinitely to protest “psychological and physical pressures,” saying its judges could not enter its Nile-side building because of the Islamist president’s supporters gathered outside.

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Egyptian security forces arrest a protester during clashes near Tahrir square, where an opposition rally has been called for to voice rejection of President Morsi's seizure of near absolute powers, in Cairo, Egypt.

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Egyptians carry a protester wounded in clashes with security forces near Tahrir square, where an opposition rally has been called for to voice rejection of President Morsi's seizure of near absolute powers, in Cairo, Egypt.

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Protesters storm an office of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice party and set fires in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, Egypt. State TV says Morsi opponents also set fire to his party's offices in the Suez Canal cities of Suez, Port Said and Ismailia. Opponents and supporters of Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator.

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Tawfiq Okasha, a popular Egyptian TV presenter accused of inciting the killing of the country's new president on air, stands in the defendants cage at the opening of his trial, in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's state news agency said the prosecutor accused Okasha of using his TV program in July and August to incite the killing of President Mohammed Morsi, and of insulting him by calling him an "illegitimate leader and a liar."

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Morsi (centre) with Tantawi (left) in northern Sinai

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In this photo released by Middle East News Agency, former Armed Forces Chief of Staff Sami Anan, left, former Defense Minister Hussein Tantawi, center, and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi meet at the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's president has given awards to the nation's two top military commanders, two days after he ordered their retirement.

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Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, left, stands with Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, center, and Chief of Staff Sami Anan, right, at a ceremony at an Air Force base in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament opened a new front in the country's leadership showdowns by meeting in defiance of orders that disbanded the chamber and brought President Mohammed Morsi in conflict with both the powerful military and the highest court.

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Egyptian Field Marshal Gen. Hussein Tantawi, left, and new President Mohammed Morsi, center, attend a medal ceremony, at a military base east of Cairo, Egyp. A Palestinian official says Gaza's prime minister will head to Cairo within the next two weeks to meet with Egypt's new Islamist president, who has close ties with the territory's Hamas rulers.

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Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Egypt’s first free presidential polls. Expect a power tussle with the military, who have post-Mubarak arrogated much of the presidency’s powers.

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In this image released by the Egyptian President, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, center, is seen with judges Farouk Sultan, left, and Maher el-Beheri, right, as he is sworn in at the Supreme Constitutional Court in Cairo, Egypt. Islamist Mohammed Morsi promised a "new Egypt" and unwavering support to the powerful military as he took the oath of office to become the country's first freely elected president, succeeding Hosni Mubarak who was ousted 16 months ago.

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Egypt's newly inaugurated President Mohammed Morsi speks at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt. Morsi was sworn in as Egypt's first freely elected president and the Arab world's first Islamist head of state.

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Egyptian President-elect Mohammed Morsi, right, shakes hands with Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa, center, at Friday prayers at Al-Azhar mosque, in Cairo, Egypt.

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In this photo released by Middle East News Agency, the Egyptian official news agency, Egyptian Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim, left, kisses President-elect Mohammed Morsi in Cairo, Egypt. The military has pledged to turn power over to a civilian government once a new president is named. Islamist Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood was declared Egypt's first freely elected president in modern history.

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Egyptians read newspapers in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi was declared the winner of Egypt's first free presidential election, and he proclaimed himself a leader "for all Egyptians," although he faces a struggle for power with the country's still-dominant military rulers.

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An Egyptian man holds a poster with former presidential candidate, Ahmed Shafiq, left, ousted President Hosni Mubarak, center, and the head of the military council, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, , right, depicted as pharaohs inTahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi was declared the winner of Egypt's first free presidential election and he proclaimed himself a leader "for all Egyptians," although he faces a struggle for power with the country's still-dominant military rulers. Arabic reads "Pharaohs , go back to your tomb."

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Newly-elect President Mohammed Morsi delivers a speech in Cairo, Egypt. Morsi has called for unity and said he carries "a message of peace" to the world. In his first televised speech on state TV, Morsi pledged to preserve Egypt's international accords, a reference to the peace deal with Israel.

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Fireworks illuminate Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, as Egyptians gather to celebrate Mohammed Morsi's presidential win. Mohammed Morsi was declared Egypt's first Islamist president on Sunday after the freest elections in the country's history, narrowly defeating Hosni Mubarak's last Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq in a race that raised political tensions in Egypt to a fever pitch.

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In this image taken from Egypt State TV, Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Mursi react to the announcement of his victory in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Egypt's election commission has declared Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood the winner of Egypt's first free elections by a narrow margin over Ahmed Shafiq, the last prime minister under deposed leader Hosni Mubarak. The commission said Morsi won with 51.7 percent of the vote versus 48.3 for Shafiq.

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Egyptian supporter of presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi holds a poster with Arabic that reads, "I am not Brotherhood and I support Dr. Mohammed Morsi for Egypt, our strength is in our unity," in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. Authorities delayed June 21st planned announcement of the winner of Egypt's presidential election. Hundreds of Brotherhood supporters camped out in Cairo's Tahrir Square on June 20th night, denouncing the ruling military and vowing to stay in place until the parliament, which was dissolved last week on a court order, is reinstated.

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An Egyptian supporter of Muslim brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi wears a tag with Arabic that reads, "'Mohammed Morsi, president for Egypt" in Tahrir Square, Cairo. Egypt's ruling military council pledged to honor its promise to hand over power to the newly elected president by the end of this month, hours after Islamist candidate Mohammed Morsi claimed victory in the first free presidential vote since the ouster of authoritarian leader Hosni Mubarak 16 months ago.

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Supporters of presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi carry a poster with a defaced picture of his rival, Ahmed Shafiq, with Arabic that reads "No No for the aid of the ousted," during celebrations claiming victory for Morsi in Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood declared that its candidate, Mohammed Morsi, won Egypt's presidential election, which would be the first victory of an Islamist as head of state in the stunning wave of protests demanding democracy that swept the Middle East the past year.

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Egyptians walk under a billboard supporting presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi in Zagazig, 63 miles (100 kilometers) northeast of Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians voted in the country's landmark presidential runoff, choosing between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood after a race that has deeply polarized the nation. The two-day balloting will produce Egypt's first president since a popular uprising last year ousted Mubarak, who is now serving a life sentence. The Arabic on the billboards reads, "Salafis and Nour party support Mohammed Morsi for Egypt's presidency."

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