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The ministry said it will respond without hesitation to “any forms of breaking the law”.
Amnesty International puts the death toll at over 200, many with gunshot wounds to the head and chest.
Third day of confrontations also sees five wounded
Tahrir Square officially announced as destination of marches
Bashir also spoke of “conspiracies being planted by the saboteurs against our country”.
Democracy Index highlights details of protests and demonstrations in educational institutions since start of school year
Activists had called for stepped-up protests after the weekly Muslim prayers, and security forces responded with a massive deployment
The sit-in which has been ongoing for several days is only suspended for this weekend
In response to calls by Anti-Coup Coalition and the Muslim Brotherhood, thousands of pro-Morsi demonstrators marched in Cairo.
The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies and London-based Amnesty International said 50 people were killed after being shot in the head or chest
Thursday’s protests came after anti-riot forces deployed from early morning at major road intersections in Khartoum
Students against Coup movement issue a statement promising “the end of putchists at their hands”
Civil disobedience, UN protests planned
Pro-Morsi groups see small-scale clashes and turnout for Friday demonstrations
Protests begin after calls by different “pro-legitimacy” groups
Deaths, injuries as protests turn violent
Pro-Morsi group dubs the week of action “Loyalty to the Blood of the Martyrs”
Security forces dispersed a student protest outside Alexandria University on Sunday
At least two reported dead and dozens injured and arrested after Friday protests
Reporters Without Borders decries continued targeting of journalists
Central metro stations also closed to prevent demonstrators from assembling
Thursday’s call for further protests was immediately followed by an interior ministry warning that live ammunition will be used on protesters who attack public institutions
The National Alliance to Support Legitimacy announces plans for mass protests and civil disobedience with the call of “regaining the January 25th Revolution”
Armed Forces place Al Nahda square, Itihadiya presidential palace, and Tahrir square under high security
Group calls for boycott of “coup-supporting brands”
Muslim Brotherhood named the marches “the week the coup departs”
Demonstrators use Al-Fatah Mosque in Cairo as morgue/hospital, refuse to leave.
Blame directed at Morsi supporters
Gory photographs and video images of the Cairo bloodbath dominated social media networks, as world powers called for restraint
Chanting “Morsi is my president,” the protesters set fire to car tyres and tore down pictures of army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi