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Brotherhood claims existence of plans to violently attack opposition protesters in Tahrir Square and the presidential palace
The Egyptian political crisis: Live Updates
As many people in the country are out on the streets to express their opinion on the president and the government, a subculture of vendors arises with them, providing much needed sustenance to the protesters.
Civil disobedience movement’s kick off in Port Said and Menufiya, demanding the president’s ouster
Activists say snipers targeted protesters and that a 14-year-old boy is among the dead.
Early in the morning of the anticipated 30 June, Tahrir Square is packed and is expected to fill up further when marches converge onto the historical square. The opposition protesters are marching to the Downtown Square and the presidential palace in protests that coincide with the one year anniversary of President Mohamed Morsi’s rise to …
El-Haddad accuses criminals of pretending to be revolutionaries
Thousands of people rallied against President Morsi on Friday in several governorates.
Five cases of harassment on Friday, one of them a foreign correspondent
In perpetration for demonstrations on 30 June asking for the removal of Morsi
Several thousands hold a protest calling for the ouster of President Morsi, as tents are erected for an open-ended sit-in
Tamarod calls for the protests in preparation for 30 June
Angry masses head to Tahrir square two days before 30 June much anticipated protests
The president’s lengthy speech on Wednesday night draws ridicule in historic Tahrir square
Anger prevails over the square following the president’s speech
Widespread opposition protests gather “as mobilisation for 30 June”
By James M. Dorsey If there is one lesson Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan should have drawn from the popular revolts that toppled four Arab leaders and sparked civil war in Syria in the last two years, it is that police brutality strengthens protesters’ resolve and particularly that of militant, street battle-hardened football fans. …
Organisations assert protestor’s condition poses no threat to himself or others
A group called the Association of the Victims of the Muslim Brotherhood’s Rule had called for the protest
Police arrested 13 young protesters following clashes in Downtown Cairo after the day’s planned marches to Tahrir Square
Muslim Brotherhood supporters clash with their opponents in Abdel Moneim Riad street in downtown Cairo on Friday.
American actor visits Egypt to shed light on situation.
Administration problems prompt some journalists to protest against Al-Tahrir newspaper and Editor-in-chief Eissa
Security officials raid Tahrir Square; minors among Moqattam detainees
The number of minors arrested since 25 January is at 383 with 111 still in custody, ECCR reports
Denounces calls for army intervention in political life, announces solidarity with Syrian revolution and bearded policemen
Two intellectually disabled persons arrested at random and beaten
The Delta and Lower Egypt regions as well as Cairo and Alexandria witnessed protests. Upper Egypt remains quiet
Top security official replaced by the deputy police chief of Port Said following days of deadly clashes between police and protesters
The recent visit of the United States Secretary of State John Kerry has pushed several writers to analyse America’s reasons to support the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsi. Meanwhile, some commentators have discussed the objective of demonstrators, who appear persistent to remain in Tahrir Square. Mohamed Salmawi The Muslim Brotherhood’s American Support Al-Masry …