Egyptians in Cairo start protesting because they did not like their government and policies like civil liberty, freedom of speech, and high employment.
Egypt's president stepped down after 18 days of protests.
The remaining protesters were taunted and arrested.
The elections for a new president begin and are narrowed down to two finalists.
Morsi, who is the first Islamic to be president, is sworn in. He ripped open his suit jacket to show that he had no protection amour on- meaning that he is not afraid.
More than 100,000 protest Morsi's new powers and are chanting "Leave! Leave!".
More protests continue against Morsi and fights breakout in these protests killing and injuring many.
A new group called Tamarod, meaning rebel, starts a petition to overthrow Morsi. They collected 22 million signatures by mid-June.
The military removed Morsi from office because the protests had gotten too wild.
A new president named Adly Mansour is selected by Sisi, a government official, as Egypt's interim president.