Gunmen kill 2 Egyptian policemen near Cairo, court jails Islamists

Gunmen kill 2 Egyptian policemen near Cairo, court jails Islamists Published in AidNews – Read the original article

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Egyptians Protest Against Morsi
Egyptians Protest Against Morsi Egyptians Protest Against Morsi

Egypt Teeters On The Brink Of The Future Egypt is bracing itself for more demonstrations as the country’s first democratic leader Morsi celebrates one year in power. Our Cairo hotel has…

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The Pharaoh’s Battle

Though you can already catch of glimpse of the city in the background of the picture, in 1990 Cairo was still separated from the great pyramids of Giza . Nowadays the city almost completely surrounds them.

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A Founder of the Tamarod Movement Admits Taking Orders From Army

For the first time, one of the five founders of the Tamarod, the movement that led the protests that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood last year, admits his movement was taking orders from the army. “We were naive, we were not responsible.” Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters Buzzfeed CAIRO — On the night of July 3, 2013, Moheb Doss stood looking at his television set in disbelief as a statement was read in his name on national television

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The history of Egypt’s revolution — and of the waves of repression that followed…

The history of Egypt’s revolution — and of the waves of repression that followed it — was written on the walls and streets of Cairo, but also those of Paris and Brooklyn. The Street Art of Egypt’s Revolutions | VICE News news.vice.com The history of Egypt’s revolution — and of the repression that followed it — was written on the walls of Cairo, but also Paris and New York.

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Karzai Condemns Airstrike Over ‘Civilian Casualties’

Karzai condemns air strike over ‘civilian casualties’ (via AFP ) Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Tuesday condemned a US air strike in an eastern border province that allegedly killed a woman and two of her children. The incident occurred overnight in a village in Nadir Shah Kot district in the province of Khost,…   Related Entries April 9, 2014 From Kabul to Cairo, the Killing and Jailing of Journalists Continues April 8, 2014 Ukraine and Russia Have Created an International Disorder

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Dispersing Cairo uni anti-coup march 14-4-2014

Dispersing Cairo uni anti-coup march 14-4-2014 Dispersing Cairo uni anti-coup march 14-4-2014 جامعة القاهرة ‫فض مسيرة طلاب جامعة القاهرة المناهضة للانقلاب. ١٤-٤-٢٠١٤ لم يستمر الضرب طويلا حيث استخدمت الشرطة الذخيرة الحية بكثافة، لذلك الصور قليلة اليوم.‬

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Egypt: Trial of Mursi and Aides Over Palace Clashes Resumes

[Aswat Masriya]Cairo -A Cairo criminal court will resume on Sunday the trial of ousted President Mohamed Mursi and 14 Muslim Brotherhood leaders, over violent clashes outside the presidential palace where at least 10 people were killed.

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Where Is My Son? A Visit To Egypt’s Tora Prison

Worldcrunch.com / MADA MASR TORA  — It’s 10 a.m.

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Project of a friend of a friend: “The Virtual Dinner Guest Project, where people…

Project of a friend of a friend: “The Virtual Dinner Guest Project, where people in two cities connect via Skype and have discussions over dinner. Part of the project includes one city asking the other a targeted question, and they take it to the streets. Here is the people of Cairo responding to the question posed by folks in Wash DC.

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