From BBC News
The top judge of Egypt’s Constitutional Court, Adly Mahmoud Mansour, has been sworn in as interim leader, a day after the army ousted President Mohammed Morsi and put him under house arrest.
Mr Mansour said fresh elections were “the only way” forward, but gave no indication of when they would be held. Mr Morsi, Egypt’s first freely elected leader, is under house arrest after what he says was a military coup. The army said he had “failed to meet the demands of the people”.
The upheaval comes after days of mass rallies against Mr Morsi and the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood movement he comes from.Protesters accused them of pursuing an Islamist agenda and of failing to tackle Egypt’s economic problems.
The health ministry says at least 10 people were killed and scores injured in clashes at rival protests across the country overnight. Some 50 people have died since the latest unrest began on Sunday.
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