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Friday, July 5, 2013 - 9:05am
The whereabouts of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsy remain a mystery. Meanwhile, Morsy supporters plan to protest his removal from office by the military.
Tents are set up in Tahrir Square, the hub of opposition protests which ultimately led to Morsy's removal this week. It's where the opposition first learned of and then cheered the military coup. The scene is much calmer now, following wild celebrations that included fireworks and laser shows after military forces toppled the Morsy regime.
The Muslim Brotherhood is urging Morsy supporters to take to the streets demanding his return to power and protest the military's action. Egypt moved quickly to put an interim president in power. On Thursday, the head of the country's Supreme Constitutional Court, Adly Mansour was sworn in as interim leader.