Tahrir Square in Cairo once again becomes the focal point for Egypt's protesters. On the two year anniversary of the start of the revolt against Mubarak, angry crowds chant for his successor, President Mohammed Morsi, to step down.
30 June 2013
Millions rally to demand Morsi step down.
3 July 2013
The military, having decided that the country has reached a political impasse, deposes Morsi, suspends constitution and imposes interim technocrat government.
4 July 2013
Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque, a protest camp for pro-Mors supporters, becomes the scene of ongoing bloody battles with security forces.
5 July 2013
Barack Obama and other world leaders urge Egypt to swiftly restore a civilian government. Supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi accuse new interim authorities of carrying out a crackdown of their remaining leaders.
11 August 2013
Security forces lose patience with protesters at Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque, threatening to break up sit-ins.
14 August 2013
Army moves in to remove protesters, killing scores of people.
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