In Tahrir Square, mood of joy and vengeance greets swearing-in of interim president
In days after Morsi ousting, Egyptian officials seek to persuade U.S. that overthrow does not constitute military coup.
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Haaretz Correspondent in Cairo
Tens of thousands of Egyptians returned to Tahrir Square on Thursday afternoon to celebrate their victory, in which the military, acting on their behalf, deposed Mohammed Morsi as head of state and swore in an interim president.