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Protesters gathered in Tahrir Square chanting against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi, and carrying banners against what they call “Muslim Brotherhood terror”
Egyptian president seems to be failing to stem the tide running against him
New governorates slated to join civil disobedience campaign as it enters second week in Port Said
The group has been actively ensuring women’s safety in protests.
Egyptians have done it again. After ousting a dictator two years ago, now they are sending their first elected civilian president into space. President Mohamed Morsi is now sitting in first place in Axe’s competition to send one civilian to space, an adventurous soul seeking a new frontier. Voting is required and whoever gets the …
Apart from one protest planned by Al Dostour Party, opposition groups are taking a break
Civil disobedience escalates in Port Said, spreads to Kafr El-Sheikh, likely to spread to Ismailia and Mahalla
The Al-Dostour Party member remains in custody without a trial date
A photo of a torched CSF truck painted with red hearts near Tahrir Square took the virtual world by storm a couple of days ago. It seems some creative soul decided to decorate the recently torched truck with festive hearts, possiby to display his deep and undying love for his beloved amid the rubble. Valentine’s …
Ibrahim Hanafi claims he was abducted by Muslim Brotherhood members
Three teenagers in custody for 15 days pending investigation
Tear gas and water used to disperse protesters
Protesters stress they are civilians who are not politically affiliated, but are unhappy with the status quo
Calls remain the same since the uprising in 25 January 2011
Protests, which have been ongoing for nearly two months, have urged for the ouster of Prime Minister Nuri al-Malik
The first jihadist patrols were seen in Sidi Bouzid, cradle of the revolution, a day after the funeral of Belaid last Friday
Islamist and opposition groups are both set to demonstrate on Friday following prayers.
Court hears lawsuits against live ammunition during protests, general prosecutor’s appointment, and electoral distracting
Minister of Interior rewards 361 policemen on Tuesday for their efforts in fighting crime and maintaining security during crisis, yet protests continued
Protesters say it will be reopened on Wednesday
On the second anniversary of his stepping down, DNE illustrates the journey of the ousted president from the palace to Tora Prison
Protesters surround police station and chant against the regime
Protesters surround governorate building, announce indefinite sit-in
Activist Mohamed El Gendy’s death sparks anger.
Photos by Ahmed El-Malky
Protests continue in Tahrir Square
Protesters in El Arish chant against President Morsy and the Muslim Brotherhood
Israel firmly rejected the notion of its involvement in any such plot.
Faces protests by Egyptian expatriates in Berlin
Since the 2011 Revolution, Egyptians have become familiar with outbursts of violence across the nation. The public is polarised and political groups have been locked in an impasse since December. Presidential calls for dialogue have largely been ignored by the opposition. The most recent surge in violence hit hardest in the cities overlooking the Suez …