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Parts of the main entrance of Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel were destroyed following violent clashes that took place around the hotel since Friday. Security forces arrested 28 people accused of carrying out an attack on Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel early morning Tuesday. The hotel announced Tuesday afternoon that it was temporarily closing for security reasons. “We hope …
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 …
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Second anniversary of the Friday of Rage sees more fighting on the streets of Egypt
Clashes in and around Tahrir Square result in the destruction of the French high-school (Lycée Français) on Mohammed Mahmoud street.
Alexandria traffic came to a halt after protesters blocked the main road by lighting fires
Ultras Ahlawy gathered early Saturday morning near Al-Ahly Club headquarters in Cairo to hear the verdicts of 74 people accused of killing over 70 others- mostly young men- during a football match last year in Port Said. Photos by Sara Abou Bakr
Clashes broke out in Alexandria on Friday between protesters and security forces in front of Mansheya police station and the local council building. “Security forces used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters” said Hassan Mahrous, a political activist in Alexandria. A number of injuries resulted from the clashes but no casualties were reported. Some protesters …
Protests broke out across Egypt on the second anniversary of the 25 January 2011 revolution.
Protesters clashed with security forces at Qasr Al Aini while trying to tear down the security wall. Several got injured form both sides
Two years after the Egyptian revolution, demands are still the same
Protesters and Central Security Forces clash in Qasr Al-Eini Street after protesters remove concrete barrier
Main events from the tumultuous days of Janaury and February 2011 that came to define Egypt’s most recent revolution
Workers prevented the employees of all the free zone companies from taking their cars out of the area, allowing them to leave only on foot.
Ultras Ahlawy have been holding marches this week and distributing information nationwide to remind the public of the Port Said Massacre.
A train crash in Badrashein, Giza left 19 Central Security Forces conscripts dead and 117 injured, announced the Egyptian Ministry of Health.
Photographer Jonathan Rashad was on the scene of the horrific train crash in Badrashein, Giza that left 19 CSF conscripts dead and over a hundred injured.
Port Said Incident, Tawfiq Okasha and Nader Bakar top the 2012 trending list for search queries
A generation that refuses autocracy under any pretense has finally been born in Egypt.
Christmas celebrations around Cairo
Today, 29 December, would have been Gaber Salah Gaber’s 17th birthday.
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Medical professionals from Egypt’s run-down public health system have been on a partial strike for over two months, demanding better pay and work conditions
Egyptians voted on Saturday in the final round of a referendum on a new constitution with little prospect of the result quelling fierce protests
Leading members of the National Salvation Front boycott debate held by Constituent Assembly
A new constitution is submitted to a two-round referendum
Show of support the day before polls open in constitution referendum
Slain journalist’s funeral procession passes Press Syndicate before arriving at the Omar Makram Mosque in Tahrir Square
Chants from the stage set in Rabaa : “Constitution, Freedom, Islamic Shari’a.”
Groups aim to demonstrate support for President Mohamed Morsy and press for ‘yes’ in constitution referendum