In pictures: Egypt celebrates and condemns Morsi oustingPublished5 July 2013SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage captionThousands of people have taken to the streets of Cairo to celebrate military action to remove Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi from power. The intervention came after days of mass protests in the city.image captionBut the move has angered supporters of Mr Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood who denounced it as a military coup.image captionThey too took to the streets, holding a rally outside Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque on Thursday night. They demanded the release of Mr Morsi, who has been detained along with other members of the Islamist organisation.image captionOpponents accuse Mr Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood of pursuing an Islamist agenda and failing to tackle Egypt's economic problems. The former president came to power in June 2012 in the country's first free elections.image captionCelebrations continued long into the night in Tahrir Square the day after the president was removed from power. The square has been the focus of huge protests for more than two years.image captionA number of clashes were reported in several Egyptian cities between pro- and anti-Morsi groups. A coalition of Islamist parties called for mass rallies to denounce the army's actions following Friday prayers.image captionThe split looked set to continue as the Muslim Brotherhood said it would refuse to co-operate with Egypt's new regime under interim leader Adly Mahmud Mansour. Mr Mansour, a top judge, has pledged to hold elections based on "the genuine people's will".