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“Security forces have repeatedly failed to protect protesters, bystanders and residents from attacks by armed assailants.”
Interim president said in a phone call to Al-Hayat satellite channel Friday night he did not imagine that he would be put in this position
Protesters plan to march nationwide in support of army and against “terrorism”
Army Commander: there is a plot to involve the army in violent clashes, but we adhere to restraint
Clashes leave three women dead and seven people injured
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 …
A friend had to go to the police station by the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in for some documents, and there was no escape but to go through the thousands of protesters stationed in front of the Nasr City police station. My friend said: “it is a city of a parallel world”; posters of ousted president Morsi …
Demonstrators held noisy rallies in US cities including New York, San Francisco, Boston, Detroit and Chicago.
The deadly wave of protests presented Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted government with the most serious challenge to its rule since it came to power more than a decade ago.
The coalition demands the release of political detainees, including a member of the National Council for Human Rights
Pro-Morsi protesters continue their sit-in at Rabaa Al Adaweya in Nasr City while the army protects the area
“These may be the last lines I get to post on this page,” Essam Al-Haddad writes on his Facebook page
Work in governorate building suspended following Cairo University clashes
26 new cases of sexual assault on Tuesday; groups describe official reaction to assault cases as “new low”
Protesters continued to flock to Tahrir square demanding the removal on President Mohamed Morsi. Tamarod (Rebellion) campaign, Al-Dostor party and Al-Tiar Al-Sha’aby among other political groups called upon the people to remain in the different squares across the country, until their demands are met Photos by Aaron T. Rose
Operation Anti Sexual Harassment holds presidency and government responsible for sexual attacks; UN’s Ban Ki Moon voices concern over sexual violence committed at protests
Protesters demand replacement of the governor with a military ruler
As many people in the country are out on the streets to express their opinion on the president and the government, a subculture of vendors arises with them, providing much needed sustenance to the protesters.
Unprecedented number of sexual assault cases reported amid 30 June’s mass protests
Protesters blame FJP members for shooting randomly at them, while FJP denies, blames media for inciting people
Daily News Egypt speaks to Conference Party head and National Salvation Front leader Amr Moussa
Hundreds of thousands of protesters demanding the removal of President Mohamed Morsi took to the streets on 30 June, the anniversary of his coming to power. Demonstrators from differentgovernorates filled the streets chanting “leave”, “down with the Brotherhood’s rule” and “the people demand the downfall of the regime” . Marches started from different meeting points …
Renewed clashes between protesters and supporters of the president in several governorates
The National Force, a special federal police force called up in cases of social unrest, will be sent to five of the six cities where the Confederations Cup football tournament is being played
Blocking railways went against the interests of citizens who suffer from constant delays within the transportation sector
PM Erdogan made the concession in his first talks with a group of protesters, a move they welcomed as “positive”
The meeting was held as thousands of striking workers from various unions began demonstrating in major cities nationwide in solidarity with the protesters.
Turkey’s President Abdullah Gul urged calm on Monday
A committee in the Shura Council is discussing a draft law to protect witnesses; a law which lawyers say is much needed
Judge postpones trial to 8 June so evidence can be examined