Egypt's first interim government since the military toppled president Mohamed Morsi two weeks ago was sworn in Tuesday, after deadly clashes between the security forces and the deposed Islamist's supporters.
In a picture released by the Egyptian presidency, Egypt's interim president Adly Mansour (C) and the newly sworn in interim cabinet pose for a group picture on July 16, 2013 in Cairo. The swearing in occured after deadly clashes between the security forces and the deposed Islamist's supporters.
The Muslim Brotherhood, the influential movement from which Morsi hails, immediately rejected the 35-member cabinet.
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