Egypt seems ever more divided between backers of its military-dominated government and supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi. Security forces, in the name of fighting "terrorists" from the Morsi-affiliated Muslim Brotherhood, have killed many hundreds of people. An Egyptian court, meanwhile, this week ordered the release of former president Hosni Mubarak, who was jailed in 2011. In the photo shown here, Egyptian soldiers adjust barbed wire around the Supreme Constitutional Court ahead of planned demonstrations.
Photos: Rage and Despair in Divided Egypt
Egyptian forces have killed hundreds of backers of the deposed Islamist president, and vigilantes have scapegoated Egypt's Christian minority.