Egypt's revolution reloaded

The World

Egyptian military officials declared Monday they would give the government only 48 hours to resolve the current political crisis or they'll intervene with their own "political road map" for the future of the country. 

Millions took to the streets over the weekend to protest (or in some cases support) the rule of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Crowds gathered outside the Presidential Palace in Heliopolis and in city centers around Egypt, including Cairo's infamous Tahrir Square.

Although democratically elected last year, many Egyptians say Morsi has not fulfilled promises he made during his campaign and has taken steps to consolidate his power as president.