Ousted Egyptian president's supporters congregate near downtown Cairo to denounce 'coup' and press their demand for his reinstatement.
Germany's foreign ministry spokesman calls for an end to the 'restrictions on Morsi's whereabouts'.
Ramadan breakfast in Tahrir Square celebrates 'third wave of revolution,' upholds demand for President Morsi's removal.
Since the ousting of President Morsi, Hagel has been in touch regularly with Sisi, urging for a return to democratic norms that comply with American standards.
The party speaks out against Egypt's constitutional declaration, saying interim president has absolute powers.
Coalition of leftists and liberals also criticises Nour Party for vetoing appointments of Mohamed ElBaradei and Ziad Bahaaeddin as interim prime minister.
While the Egyptian army intervened to oust Morsi following massive public demonstrations, the army was likely also concerned with its own economic interests.
The office of the Prosecutor ordered the arrest of Mohammed Badie, the Supreme Guide of the Muslim Brothers.
Youth groups say interim president has vowed to issue constitutional addendum 'soon' addressing their collective reservations.
'If businessmen don't listen to workers, they'll suffer same fate as Muslim Brotherhood,' says former finance minister Samir Radwan.