Egypt crisis: Morsi protesters remain defiant
Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi continue to defy threats to remove them from their sit-in protest in Cairo.
The Egyptian interior minister has said they will "soon" be dispersed, and the military has been granted new powers to arrest civilians.
But the pro-Morsi Muslim Brotherhood has said it will not back down, despite the deaths of dozens of people in clashes with security forces.
Quentin Sommerville reports from Cairo.
- From the section Middle East