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Morsi Supporters Clash With Military in Cairo
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- At least 40 people are dead after supporters of the ousted president clashed with the military.
Both sides in the crisis are claiming they are acting in peace.
The Muslim Brotherhood says the military attacked peaceful protesters, while the army says "an armed terrorist group" tried to break into the Republican Guard headquarters.
Last Friday, tens of thousands of Morsi supporters took to the streets in what they called "a day of rejection."
Gehad el-Haddad with the Muslim Brotherhood says, "it's we either return the president back to his rightful place, or we're going to have shootings in the streets."
The Obama administration has issued cautious statements taking a wait-and-see approach with a nation that is critical to the Middle East.
Egypt's New Government Preparing for Possible Backlash
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- The new government installed after a military coup is preparing for a possible backlash when supporters of the Muslim brotherhood vowed mass protests of the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, who was elected just one year ago.
President Obama supported Morsi, who is now in custody, and has expressed "deep concern" about the military, despite its promise to hold another election.
Critics accuse the Muslim brotherhood of imposing Sharia Law, cracking down on women and Christians and bankrupting Egypt.
White House Calling for Egypt's Return to Civilian Rule
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) -- The White House is calling for a return to civilian rule after today's military coup backed by millions of Egyptians who have been protesting against President Mohammad Morsi and his Muslim brotherhood.
Morsi, who is now in custody, was democratically elected a year ago. He was also backed by the Obama Administration.
Now, Morsi has been accused of turning on women and minorities, including Christians, calling for jihad and running Egypt's economy into the ground.
Military leaders promise another election, but prior to Morsi, they had run Egypt for 60 years.
According to State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki, "democracy is not just about being elected through the ballot box, it's also about allowing the voices of the people in your country to be heard, taking steps to work with all sides. And those are steps that we have not yet seen."
Many lawmakers tonight want to suspend America's 1.5 billion dollars in financial and military aid for Egypt.
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