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Children caused riots, “non-peaceful demonstrations”, says interior ministry
That demonstration in Cairo called for a boycott of the referendum, as Morsi’s supporters refused to recognise the military-installed government that promised a “democratic transition” following his ouster.
Waving Ukrainian flags and shouting slogans heard during the Maidan protests in Kiev, the demonstrators urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to pull troops back.
New report details protestors being subjected to beatings and electric shock
Not guilty verdict reached in the trial of pro-Morsi protestors
6 April said its initiative would focus on five goals: a social charter, a media charter, the distinction of the relationship between government and civic organisations, an economically-targeted government and an all inclusive judiciary law.
Students gear up to boycott next week’s final exams
Firing tear gas at protesters in Cairo
Engineering student Mohamed Reda was killed during violence in a demonstration in Cairo University
UN Secretary General calls on interim government to “consider amendments to the law”
Security on high alert at Cairo University
Pro-Morsi groups see small-scale clashes and turnout for Friday demonstrations
Deaths, injuries as protests turn violent
Pro-Morsi group dubs the week of action “Loyalty to the Blood of the Martyrs”
Thousands marched in response to the call
Demonstrations are planned to reflect those on Friday that resulted in deadly clashes
By Philip Whitfield What’s up? In the media Egypt is fixated with wrangling, fighting and shooting. When you go out people are shopping, mixing and fasting. How much would you give to keep it that way? A million bucks? $29.95 is a steal. Karima Bennoune takes us on an eye-opener. Bennoune is a professor of …
Armed forces warn against approaching military installations
Demonstrators expressed their desire for the armed forces to protect them
Men, women and children marched in protest of Minister of Defence Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi’s Wednesday speech
Approximately 71% of Egyptians do not sympathize with the demonstrations in support of former president Mohammed Morsi.
Judge Adel Abdel Hamid had occupied the position before in previous interim government
Brotherhood statement on anniversary of 10th of Ramadan says Egypt in “dark nightmare”
The campaign announces launch of its Write Your Constitution initiative
The statement read: “The Secretary General believes strongly that this is a critical juncture in which it is imperative for Egyptians to work together to chart a peaceful return to civilian control, constitutional order and democratic governance.”
The Egyptian political crisis: Live Updates
Anger prevails over the square following the president’s speech
NGO releases detailed report about all forms of protest against president
A coalition of Islamist parties and groups rally in Cairo to “defend the president’s legitimacy” and call for non-violence in a mass demonstration on Friday
FJP secretary general accuses opposition of using political demands as cover to spread bloodshed