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Egypt swears in new interim president

New man at top, Adly Mansour, is relatively unknown internationally, but he is one of Egypt's longest serving judges.

Last Modified: 04 Jul 2013 11:48
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Less than 24 hours after the army deposed Egypt's democratically elected leader, an interim president has been sworn in.

The head of the military said Mohamed Morsi had "failed to meet the demands of the Egyptian people".
 
The new man at the top, Adly Mansour, is relatively unknown internationally, but he is one of Egypt's longest serving judges. 
 
Al Jazeera's Caroline Malone reports.

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