Military ouster of Egypt's Morsi
Posted: Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Egyptian military says it has ousted Morsi; crowds celebrate in Cairo
CAIRO — Mohammed Morsi, in office only a year as the first democratically elected leader of Egypt, was rousted from power by the military Wednesday as a euphoric crowd in Tahrir Square cheered his exit.
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