June 21 - Crowds gather in Tahrir square as the country awaits results of the presidential election. Julie Noce reports.
TV AND WEB RESTRICTIONS~** NONE **~ Crowds gathering again in Tahrir Square in Cairo - this time demanding publication of the results from the country's first presidential election. The body overseeing the process has said it needs more time to determine the winner. Both candidates, the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsy-- and former air force commander Ahmed Shafik-- are claiming victory and have filed appeals against each other. An election monitoring group from the U.S. has said it was unable to determine whether the elections were free and fair. Each candidate claims to have had representatives at polling stations to make their own tallies. Julie Noce, Reuters