June 16-17 - Egyptians vote in the presidential runoff between Morsi and Shafiq. June 30 - Millions of Egyptians demonstrate on Morsi's first anniversary in office, calling on him to step down.
June 14 - The Supreme Constitutional Court orders the dissolving of the lower house of parliament. Pope Tawadros II publicly blames Morsi for failing to protect the building.Slaughtered: The caskets of 25 policemen killed early Monday morning in an ambush by militants near the north Sinai town of Rafah lay on the ground after arriving at Almaza military airport in Cairo last night The private ONTV network showed footage of a man said to be Badie after his arrest.It showed a sombre looking Badie in an off-white Arab robe, or galabiyah, sitting motionless on a sofa as a man in civilian clothes and carrying an assault rifle stands nearby.The arrest followed a day of bloodshed in which 25 policemen were killed in an ambush in Sinai and a court ruling opening the possibility that jailed ex-dictator Hosni Mubarak could walk free later this week.The world's most populous Arab nation is rapidly spiralling into crisis and possible civil war after last month's military coup in effect reversed the changes made by its Arab Spring revolution in 2011.Morsi delivers a late-night speech in which he pledges to defend his legitimacy and vows not to step down. Tens of thousands of Morsi supporters remain camped out in two mass sit-ins in Cairo's streets.