All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Egypt’

Egyptians Fear the Return of Repression

Protesters poured through deadlocked traffic on downtown Cairo’s Qasr Al-Ainy Street on Tuesday evening, demonstrating against a new constitutional article that allows military courts to try civlians

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Christians, Churches Attacked, Destroyed in Egypt

On June 30, when millions of Egyptians took to the streets to protest against now ousted President Mohamed Morsi, residents of Al Nazla marked Christian homes and shops with red graffiti, vowing to protect Mr. Morsi’s electoral legitimacy with “blood.”

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Egypt Descends Into Chaos

Egyptian troops staged a crackdown on protesters that turned deadly Wednesday morning in efforts to clear two antigovernment sit-ins in Cairo, a development that observers worry could plunge the already divided country further into uncontrollable violence

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Egypt Descends Into Civil War

Egyptian security forces shot dead dozens of supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi on Saturday, witnesses said, days after the army chief called for a popular mandate to wipe out “violence and terrorism”

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The Face of Egypt’s Revolution

In a spectacular interview caught on camera and uploaded to YouTube, a 12-year-old Egyptian boy excoriates the Muslim Brotherhood and relentlessly dissects their power grab from Egypt

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Egypt’s Second Revolution Turns Bloody

Egypt was braced for more mass protests on Tuesday in the wake of thekilling of 51 supporters of the deposed president, Mohamed Morsi, as political leaders bargained over the creation of a civilian transitional government to rule with military support, until new elections are held next year

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LIVE Cam From Tahrir Square as Egypt’s Revolution Reignites

#REVOLUTION: Egypt reignites, President Morsi has been ousted, constitution has been suspended, coup underway

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The Egyptian Revolution, Take Two

gypt’s top generals on Monday gave President Mohamed Morsi 48 hours to respond to a wave of mass protests demanding his ouster, declaring that if he did not, then the military leaders themselves would impose their own “road map” to resolve the political crisis

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Rival Protests Unfold in Egypt

Supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi have begun rival demonstrations on the streets of Cairo

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The Blatant Benghazi Cover-Up

t’s a cliché, of course, but it really is true: in Washington, every scandal has a crime and a coverup. The ongoing debate about the attack on the United States facility in Benghazi where four Americans were killed, and the Obama Administration’s response to it, is no exception

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