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Government faces international criticism, receives support from Coptic Church
Dozens killed in clashes throughout governorates on Morsi supporters’ “Friday of Rage”
Clashes erupt in Zamalek, Shubra and on the Nile Corniche
Demonstrators use Al-Fatah Mosque in Cairo as morgue/hospital, refuse to leave.
Amnesty International and Alkarama demand investigation of “unwarranted lethal force”
Ministry of Interior releases report of Friday’s events
Demonstrations are planned to reflect those on Friday that resulted in deadly clashes
The presidential office announced on Friday that it will hold an international press conference to explain current situation in Egypt tomorrow, Saturday. The press conference will be held at the Presidential palace at 3 pm. The decision to hold a press conference comes after clashes ensued on the streets of Egypt on Friday between Muslim Brotherhood …
Clashes ensued on Ramsis street after Muslim brotherhood supporters congregated at Al-Fatah mosque. Several individuals dies and others got injured after violence erupted between the protesters, the residents and the police force. Photos by Ahmed Al-Malky
Cabinet and presidency media adviser thank kingdom for its support
AFP- Turkey’s clout in the Middle East is taking a beating with the brutal sidelining of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood derailing Ankara’s hopes to lead a regional surge of Islamist political power, analysts say. Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) was an early supporter of the 2011 uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak and subsequently nourished …
Pro-Morsi marches lead to clashes between security forces and protesters
Ministry spokesman says 288 of the dead were killed in Rabaa Al-Adaweya
Local residents begin to clear damage left after clashes
The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas which rules Gaza condemned Egypt’s bloody crackdown Wednesday on Morsi supporters
The United Nations, the United States, Britain, France, Iran, Qatar and Turkey strongly denounced the use of force to clear protest camps in Cairo
Chanting “Morsi is my president,” the protesters set fire to car tyres and tore down pictures of army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi
1.7% drop in Egypt’s benchmark index amid dispersal of pro-Morsi protesters.
Clashes erupted in governorates around the country following the interior ministry’s dispersal of sit-ins in Cairo and Giza
The Central Bank of Egypt ordered banks to close their branches at 12pm.
Al-Azhar stresses violence is no alternative to political solutions, reactions of political groups range from strong support to vehement condemnation
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Photos by Mohamed Gamil/DNE
Security forces disperse Al-Nahda pro-Morsi sit-in and struggle with dispersing the Rabaa sit-ins
Violence between local residents and pro-Morsi marchers flares up near the Interior Ministry
Clashes erupt in several governorates in Egypt between ousted president Morsi’s supporters and their opponents
Violence breaks out as pro-Morsi supporters march on the corniche
Ousted president Mohamed Morsi’s bureau manager and his adviser for security and crises detained for presidential palace clashes.
Maspero Youth Union blames Morsi supporters for the clashes caused by a pro-army song
The initiative calls on interim president to not ratify a ruling against nine Copts and eight Muslims