New York may be thousands of miles from Cairo but its Egyptian residents are still participating in its political protests against the military's actions this week.
The anger over the slaughter of hundreds by the Egyptian military in Cairo this week is spreading throughout the world.
In New York City, hundreds of supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi protested outside Egypt's mission to the U.N.
With signs and shirts, the protesters also took aim at the U.S., criticizing the Pentagon for providing aid to the Egyptian military.
One protester said Egypt cannot take any more military rule.
The protesters called Mursi's removal a coup… a term the Obama administration has avoided throughout the conflict.
Another protester said they're holding out for Mursi's return.
Their protest came on the same day that Muslim Brotherhood supporters held a "Day of Rage" demonstration in Egypt.