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Thousands take up MB call for “million man march” during the day
Islamist group denounces intervention by force and calls for alternative solution
The Egyptian Organisation for Human Rights stressed the importance of the application of international human rights standards
The National Salvation Front stated it “reaffirms its trust in the Egyptian military and its Ministry of Interior against a blood hungry faction”
The FJP politician asked protesters to stay even through violence
The alliance said they “place full responsibility on the coup leaders for any acts of violence or any killings”.
The call came after authorities gave the green light for a new crackdown on supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
Cairo and the northern city of Alexandria have since seen massive rival rallies that have often turned violent
A phone number and e-mail to receive Rabaa and Bein Al-Sarayat’s residents complaints
Ibrahim: operations in Sinai are being prepared and homeland security administrations against extremist activities are essential
Death toll ranges from 20 to 100 from conflicting Muslim Brotherhood and Ministry of Interior accounts
Five alleged attackers to stand trial next month on charges of torture and attempted murder
Pro-Morsi protesters say they will stand strong in the face of pro-army rallies
Men, women and children marched in protest of Minister of Defence Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi’s Wednesday speech
Pro-Morsi protesters march from Old Cairo to Al-Nahda Square.
By Philip Whitfield Nodding off, the scene segues from Downtown’s crepitating, clattering convulsion to a salubrious setting – a favourite picnic spot in the newly greened Rabaa Touristic Village. Families and friends have gathered, sedately celebrating their communion. A podium awaits the once reviled now revered. Behold, he comes from the East. He alights from …
For over two weeks, former president Morsi’s supporters have been holding a sit in at Rabaa Al Adaweya street in Nasr City area. Residents have regularly complained, while protesters continue to go about their business of fasting, praying, eating and protesting
The residents repeatedly complained about the impact the sit-in has had on their lives
A friend had to go to the police station by the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in for some documents, and there was no escape but to go through the thousands of protesters stationed in front of the Nasr City police station. My friend said: “it is a city of a parallel world”; posters of ousted president Morsi …
Supporters of the ousted president are on high alert amid tight security measures
The march from the Ministry of Culture to Tahrir was of a more political nature
Residents of the surrounding areas of the Rabaa sit-in are unable to go about their daily lives
Independent artist Karima Mansour gives her point of view on Egypt’s art scene.
Protest will continue until a new minister is appointed and controversial decisions are reversed.
The sit-in at the Ministry of Culture continues but without the stage and performances of the past few weeks
A round-up of the events that affected Egyptian culture and lifestyle during the past year.
Attack by ‘thugs’ causes two serious injuries; sit-in abandoned ‘temporarily’
Hisham Zaazou returns to his office Monday after withdrawing his resignation
The Coordinating Committee plans a sit-in until the fall of the regime
Protesting doctors say they left health ministry camp in order to tend to potential wounded in upcoming protests