Egyptian Military Intervenes In Unrest
CAIRO [MENL] -- After weeks of violent clashes, Egypt's military has
intervened to bolster the new Islamist regime of President Mohammed Morsi.
Officials said Egyptian Army troops have been ordered to deploy around
government buildings and critical facilities in northern cities. They said
the army was under orders not to use live fire against anti-Morsi protesters
and separate them from the Central Security Forces.