general. relations between the army and the muslim brotherhood have been tense. from cairo, we have this report. >> the center of egypt revolution, there was relieved that a civilian president has asserted his control over the military. when he made his announcement, it was fundamental. >> this is the start of this. everybody in egypt was feeling like the power -- there was a two-headed power. there would have always been a conflict of interest. >> the armed forces were seen as the people's protectors during the revolution. they took over power when president mubarak fell, but there were slow to give it up. the last straw was a bungled response to attacks by suspected jihadists in sinai. he was removed with the support of the younger generals. the president has canceled a constitutional declaration. with parliament still dissolved, he has the power of the presidency and of mp's. >> we are seeing a shift in the relations in egypt, more tilting in the balance of power. for the first time ever, at you have an elected civilian president who overrules the heads of the military establishment.
but visited the wounded in cairo in said. torrential monsoon rains have flooded the capital of the philippines. at least 16 people have been killed and the waters swept away buildings while trapping people on the roofs of their homes. we have the latest from the scene. >> this is a scene being repeated all over manila and has been all day. people trapped by the rising flood waters, being helped to safety by soldiers, police and anyone else with access to a boat. but these are volunteers face a mammoth task. the national disaster agency estimates half of manila is flooded. >> it has been raining like this for more than 24 hours and many rows like this one are completely impossible. they look like rivers. the actual river, over there, has completely burst its banks. this is happening throughout the philippines. >> some of the capital's main arteries have been cut off, making it difficult for rescuers to get to the most affected areas. as so often happens here, the floods have triggered a landslide. an entire family has died after their home was suddenly engulfed in mud. >> i rushed o
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