Mursi supporter rallies fail to stop coup

Supporters of Mohamed Morsi staged counter-demonstrations in a bid to keep the former president in power
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi hold makeshift weapons and take part in a drill during a demonstration at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi hold makeshift weapons and take part in a drill during a demonstration at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi demonstrate at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. In a statement on July 1, the Egyptian Army asked Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi to resolve mass demonstrations against his continued rule or face intervention by the military within 48 hours. Crowds of pro- and anti-government protesters gathered in locations across Egypt on June 30, the day of a series of nation-wide mass demonstrations entitled 'Tamarod', or 'Rebel'. The 'Tamarod' campaign, organised by a coalition of opposition political groups and planned to take place on the first anniversary of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's election to the country's Presidency, aims to bring down the government of President Morsi through country-wide demonstrations. (Getty Images)
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Supporters of Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi hold pictures of him during a rally by mainly Muslim Brotherhood partisans outside Cairo University on June 2, 2013. A top Muslim Brotherhood leader urged Egyptians to stand ready to sacrifice their lives to prevent a coup, after the army gave Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and his opponents until July 3 to resolve their differences or face intervention. (AFP/Getty Images)