London (CNN) -- In an announcement that triggered massive jubilation among supporters in Cairo's Tahrir Square, Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi was declared Egypt's new president Sunday. Morsi had more than 13 million votes in a run-off election, while Ahmed Shafik, who served as the last prime minister under ousted President Hosni Mubarak, had more than 12 million, election officials said.
CAIRO (AP) — Thousands of supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood are demonstrating in a Cairo square, waving pictures of ousted president Mohammed Morsi. Read Post
Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians continue to protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square today as a military deadline for the the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood's President Mohammed Morsi approaches. Violent clashes between Morsi's Islamist lo... Read Post