President Morsi of Egypt has been forced out of power by the country's military.
Thousands of people celebrated the news that President Morsi has been forced out of power in Tahrir Square in Cairo.
People wave flags to show their support of the military's actions in forcing President Morsi out of power.
People wave the Egyptian national flag. The military says Adly Mahmud Mansour will only rule until elections can be held to choose the next leader.
Military jets in the air over Egypt as the temporary leader judge Adly Mahmud Mansour is sworn in to power.
Mohammed Morsi had only been in power for just over a year before he was forced out by the military. He was the first democratically elected president of Egypt.
It is not the first time the country's leader has been forced out in the last couple of years. Hosni Mubarak ruled the country for 30 years before he was forced to stand down in February 2011 after violent protests.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood still support Mohammed Morsi. Critics complained that Mr Morsi was too influenced by his religion.
People protest against President Morsi's rule outside the Presidential Palace on 30 June 2013.
The Egyptian Army moved in to force Mohammed Morsi to give up the leadership of the country. Lots of people in the country disagreed with how he was running the country.
Adly Mahmud Mansour is the leader of Egypt until new elections can be held. He is supported by the military and is the top judge in the country.