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Members of the pro-Morsi rally said they had decided to march to the American Embassy to protest what they perceive as the United States’ meddling in Egyptian affairs.
Army Commander: there is a plot to involve the army in violent clashes, but we adhere to restraint
Prosecutor’s office issues five arrest warrants for Islamist figures including four from the Muslim Brotherhood for inciting violence
Clashes leave three women dead and seven people injured
Activists said dozens more were wounded in the clashes, but no official toll was immediately available.
What is happening in Egypt cannot be reduced to a simple conflict between Islamists, secularists and the military. It is a fundamental clash over conflicting concepts of “freedom”. The millions of anti-Morsi protesters who flooded the streets across the country were out to oppose what they saw as a dictator-in-the-making who was robbing them of …
ECCR stated that their lawyers “will never relinquish children’s rights”, and that they will deploy all “legal and social means” available to pursue and punish the aggressors.
Local residents in Daqahleya town fight with Morsi supporters, storm FJP headquarters
At least 7 killed and over 260 injured in latest clashes: Health Ministry
Egyptian security forces clashed with supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi overnight, leaving seven people dead
Supporters of the Islamist former president continue to demonstrate, meet with local opposition
All had been accused of murder among other charges
A man injured in 6th October Bridge clashes dies
Front urges security personnel to avoid use of deadly violence even while facing armed protesters
Syndicate claims similar procedures were taken with all other victims of clashes, disputed by members
The Front to Defend Egypt’s Protesters decides it will not defend “those who take up arms”
Amnesty International suggests that security forces have used excessive force
26 members left on Monday in protest of party withdrawal from roadmap
Rights lawyers kept from attending investigations, upon request of Muslim Brotherhood lawyers
Salafi party issues statement denouncing constitutional decree and roadmap, proposes alternative
Resignation followed deadly clashes outside the Republican Guard headquarters on Monday
Fahmy Howeidy Between militarisation and civil war Al-Shorouk newspaper Columnist Fahmy Howeidy writes on the events that took place on the morning of Monday 8 July. He begins by saying that he considered the two main challenges of Mohamed Morsi’s ousted government were the stabilisation of security and reviving the economy. “However, after the coup …
Supporters of the ousted president are on high alert amid tight security measures
The Salafi party’s withdrawal comes after Republican Guard clashes left 42 dead
The rights group blames security forces for the increase of street violence
EU, UK Foreign Office call for immediate end to violence, and call for “universal dialogue”
Qena governor resigns in light of recent clashes in Egypt
Al-Jamaa Al-Islamiya members refuse charges against them and call on interim president to resign
Funerals are held for four Copts killed after the latest outbreak of sectarian violence in Luxor.
The group did not take part in an Islamist-led protest last month citing that it could potentially provoke violence