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The military-led removal of Mohamed Morsi belies free and fair elections, rule of law and human rights.
European bloc suspends export licences for equipment used for "internal repression" but leaves aid programmes untouched.
Zawahri says the US helped the military, secularists and Christians to overthrow deposed president Mohamed Morsi.
Clampdown on smuggling tunnels, a lifeline for the territory's 1.7m population, is causing vital supplies to diminish.
Military was dispatched in port city to defuse tensions for first time since deadly riots in January.
Defence minister says ongoing unrest, which has killed more than 50 people, "could lead to grave repercussion".
President Mohamed Morsi's state-media announced visit to Iran would mark first by Egyptian head of state since 1979.
As the president fires the country's powerful military leadership, we ask if this marks the end of a power struggle.
The US says it backs a democratic transition in Egypt, but it has also supported the country's military establishment.
We ask what leverage the US will have in post-Mubarak Egypt, a country that has been its staunch ally for decades.
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