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PHOTO GALLERY: 30 June 2013 in pictures


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Tahrir protesters set off fireworks after the army announced Morsi's ouster, Cairo, Egypt, 3 July 2013 (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Tahrir protesters set off fireworks after the army announced Morsi's ouster, Cairo, Egypt, 3 July 2013 (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Tahrir protesters set off fireworks after the army announced Morsi's ouster, Cairo, Egypt, 3 July 2013 (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Protesters chant against ousted President Morsi outside presidential palace in Heliopolis, 30 June 2014 (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Journalist Syndicate marchers to Tahrir square carry red signs calling on ousted President Morsi to 'Leave', Cairo, Egypt, 30 June 2013(Photo: Bassam EL-Zoghby)
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Masses of anti-Morsi protesters marching by Egypt's Ittihadiya Presidential Palace (left) to demand his deposal, as documented by footage recorded from army helicopters, Cairo, 30 June 2013 (Photo: courtesy of the Egyptian Armed Forces)
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Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians gather in Tahrir Square during the 30 June 2013 nationwide demonstration against now ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, Cairo (Photo: AP)
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Masses of protesters gathered in Tahrir Square on 30 June 2013 to voice their opposition to now ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi and demand early presidential elections (Photo: Reuters)
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Laser beams pierce the night sky as opponents of Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi continue to protest outside the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace on 30 June, 2013 (Photo: AP)
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Demonstrators opposing ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi set off fireworks during a protest in Tahrir Square on 30 June, 2013 (Photo: Reuters)
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Opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi protesting outside the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace on June 30 2013, Cairo (Photo: AP)
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Opponents of ousted Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi look at a military helicopter lit up by protesters' laser pointers as it flies over the presidential palace, in Cairo, on June 30, 2013 (Photo: AP)
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Tahrir protesters set off fireworks after the army announced Morsi's ouster, Cairo, Egypt, 3 July 2013 (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Protesters opposing ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi wave Egyptian flags and shout slogans against him and members of the Muslim Brotherhood outside presidential palace in Heliopolis , 30 June 2014 (Photo: Reuters)
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An Egyptian flag flutters above protesters opposing ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi as they shout slogans against him and his Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo's Tahrir Square, 30 June, 2013 (Photo: Reuters)
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Crowds erupt with chants of "He must leave, we won't leave" by the main stage in Tahrir Square (Photo: Bel Trew)
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Many protesters carried red cards demanding "Leave" - symbolising the exit from office that they demanded of the now ousted president (Photo: Bel Trew)
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Egypt's iconic Tahrir Square brimming with anti-Morsi protesters, as documented by footage recorded from army helicopters, Cairo, 30 June 2013 (Photo: courtesy of the Egyptian Armed Forces)
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Egyptians took to the streets on 30 June 2013 to protest against the rule of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi and to demand early presidential elections. 

Morsi, who hails from the Muslim Brotherhood, was ousted on 3 July. 

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