Cairo's Tahrir Square is still full of anti-government protesters celebrating the ousting of President Muhamed Morsi. The sound of car horns, whistles and fireworks can be heard.
Large numbers of protesters remain in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where they have been deploying fireworks and lasers, and in the surrounding streets.
Demonstrators protesting against the rule of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have lit fireworks in Cairo's Tahrir Square to celebrate the army's 48-hour deadline for the country's politicians.
Egypt's Islamist President-elect Mohamed Morsi has taken an informal oath of office in a speech to supporters in Cairo's Tahrir Square, in a slap at the general's trying to limit his power.
Morsi said: "There is no power above people power."
Tens of thousands of Egyptians have converged on Cairo's Tahrir Square.
They are awaiting the results of the country's presidential elections, but the mood has been inflamed by both candidates claiming to have won.