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Masked men attempt to close down metro station
Looking at how the presidency chose to deal with last week’s turmoil, it has become increasingly difficult to find a silver lining. The dreadful sight of Egyptians killing one another over political beliefs with such conviction is unprecedented, and it makes me sick to see politicians use that to further their agendas with absolute disregard …
Eyewitness at the Heliopolis police department says detainees, including former ambassador, have been bleeding for hours
The oppressive cement blocks turn into a cheerful, mocking smiley face
Food, far from being a trivial subject, is often at the centre of historical change
While Judges Club convened, clashes erupted
The president met with disabled protesters, media representatives and religious figures
Kuwaiti riot police late Monday used batons to beat up opposition protesters.
Protest demands employment for disabled people.
Journalists, graduates and Nile cotton workers protest outside Shura council building
EIPR releases report detailing government failure to reduce sectarian tension
Report filed against governor
North Sinai- Naser el Azazy
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Interior ministry recruits 500 new police officers
Protesters lob Molotov bombs, security forces respond with water cannons
First-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement witnesses arresting protesters
Among rapid updates on the violent protests in the Muslim world, peaceful protesters head to online forums as mainstream media neglect their coverage
PM says the square should host art exhibitions
Was the low turn-out of August 24 protests expected?
Amid US Congress hearings on Bahrain, protesters face more violence despite an order from the Bahrain crown prince to security forces to use restraint
Saudi authorities release Nazir Al-Majid, a year after detaining him
The troubled government turns to a loyal ally
Sheikh Rashed Ibn Abdullah Al-Khalifa has ordered an investigation into violations of personal rights committed during crack-downs on protesters
Protests in Morocco on Sunday were met with violence by police.
Military abuse continues as protesters challenge the ruling generals