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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 …
After President Mohamed Morsy’s speech declaring a state of emergency in three Canal cities on Sunday, many writers have criticized his performance amid the current crisis. Alaa Al-Aswany Why does Morsy kill Egyptians? Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper Morsy cannot claim that all those who demand his departure are only remnants of the old regime, Al-Aswany states. …
Salafi party’s initiative includes forming new government, appointing new prosecutor general
Ministry source says police officers demand to be issued live ammunition
Organizers say the matches are meant to “express solidarity with the canal cities”
Life at the Cairo Book Fair is going on as normal
Port Said has been suffering shortages of foods and fuel after security forces stopped traffic on highways connecting the city with neighboring governorates
Clashes on Qasr Al-Nil Bridge continued into the evening with the entrances to the InterContinental Cairo Semiramis and Shepherd hotels being damaged in the ongoing skirmishes between police and protesters.
Opposition marches converge on upper house of parliament on two-year anniversary of ‘Friday of Rage’
Marches planned to Shura Council and Presidential Palace
Roads leading to villages south of the city were blocked by tyre fires ignited by protesters.
Violent clashes across Egypt has prompted concern from the European Union
An Egyptian woman less than 20 years old was sexually assaulted on Friday night amidst demonstrations in and around Tahrir. The assault caused cuts on the girl’s genitals.
People prepare to stay the night in Tahrir Square
Security burns civilian cars after news of dead personnel
The Central Security Forces used excessive tear gas to disperse protesters
The church was forced to briefly close down
Hundreds of demonstrators chant at the Presidential Palace after clashing with Central Security Forces
Fires, looting and clashes disrupt Suez
As tens of thousands flock to Tahrir, clashes erupt near the square
Protesters fill up Tahrir Square, leaving only few passages airy
Although the party had pledged it would not be calling for the regime’s downfall, their chants called for just that
Suez police foils attempt to break into governorate building
Security used tear gas and rubber bullets
Women carried flags bearing pictures of renowned Egyptian feminist icons such as Shahinda Maqlad and Hoda Shaarawy
Massive marches head to Tahrir while few dozen head to the palace