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    Posted July 4, 2013 by
    Cairo, Egypt
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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    The day of Morsy's isolation, Egypt


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     iReporter NormanHalim was on the streets of Cairo Wednesday night to witness the protests and celebrations at the news that the former Egyptian president, Mohamed Morsy, had been ousted. He says he understands why demonstrators have hit the streets but remains worried for the future. "My reaction to ousting Morsy is the concern of what could happen, like violence, in the coming days," he says. For the latest news from Egypt read CNN's news story here.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    In a state of alert, millions of Egyptians waited the statement of the Armed Forces after the expiration of the period specified for dialogue by the military council,
    Amid the atmosphere seemed festive somewhat, Egyptians chanted against the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed Morsy, after few hours, the armed forces announced Morsi's isolation of the presidential and appoint Chancellor Adli Mansour as interim president and disable the Constitution as a response to the demands of the Egyptian people, after that millions of Egyptians started to celebrate in the streets

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