July 8 - White House says the U.S. needs time to determine whether or not to label the Egyptian military's overthrow of government a coup. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi return to the streets after the Muslim Brotherhood urged people to rise up against the army. Last week the military toppled the Mursi's government -- in what his supporters are calling a coup. The White House is not ready to use that label says spokesman Jay Carney. SOUNDBITE: White House spokesman Jay Carney, saying (English): "There are significant consequences that go along with this determination and it is a highly charged issue for millions of Egyptians who have differing views about what happened" The US is due to provide more than a billion and a half dollars of aid to Egypt this year, almost all of which would be stopped if the administration formally deemed Mursi's ouster a coup. The White is also calling for restraint after more than 50 people were killed and hundreds wounded in fresh wave of violence as clashes erupted between Mursi supporters and the military. It was the deadliest incident since the elected Islamist leader was toppled by the military five days ago.