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FJP releases a statement confirming their position regarding negotiations and reconciliation
Khairat El-Shater met US Deputy Secretary of State, European Union delegate, Emirati and Qatari foreign ministers yesterday in Al-Akrab prison late Sunday night, contrary to previous government reports.
Burns, Al-Nahyan and Al-Attiyah’s visits add to the increasing diplomatic presence in Egypt, which currently includes EU special representative, Bernadino Leon.
Meeting aimed at easing tensions, said army spokesman
Westerwelle stresses need for inclusive process to avoid escalation
The FJP politician asked protesters to stay even through violence
“The decision is meant to create political pressure on Morsi supporters”: FJP spokesperson
For three years, Egyptians have been taking to the streets demanding democracy, social justice and freedom, and for three years they have been denied. They are being cornered over and over into making tough choices, then end up choosing what they deem “less horrible” and the results have never lived up to their aspirations. As …
The protest rejects military and Muslim Brotherhood
Human rights lawyers have filed a request to meet with arrested party leaders.
Turkish Foreign Ministry, Freedom and Justice Party and opposition offer their reactions to violence
Pro-Morsi protesters march from Old Cairo to Al-Nahda Square.
Al-Tayar Al-Sha’aby claimed one of its leaders was attacked.
Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) legal advisor Mokhtar Al-Ashry said that the case has been postponed to 21 August, but that he expected former president Mohamed Morsi to be reinstated before then and bring an end to “all these police-like measures.”
The renowned journalist claims he never predicted a military plot against Al-Sisi
Brotherhood statement on anniversary of 10th of Ramadan says Egypt in “dark nightmare”
Opposing sides call for “mass mobilisation” and marches on same day.
Alleged victim claims he was tortured by protesters at Rabaa Al-Adaweya
Military as well as Islamist spokesmen deny any official dialogue
Armed assailants attack power plant checkpoint in Rafah
Freedom and Justice Party leading figure said “military coup” is to blame for Sinai violence
Police have closed a number of headquarters and offices of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political arm in Cairo
EU, UK Foreign Office call for immediate end to violence, and call for “universal dialogue”
Conflicting reports flood the media
Brotherhood leaders accused of inciting violence are sentenced to detention by the public prosecution.
Sunday marches planned by both Tamarod and the pro-Morsi NCSL
Confusion ensures as interim government calls for dialogue.
Calling upon the new Egyptian government’s vital role
A number of Islamist leaders arrested across the country
Several members of the cabinet who belong to the Freedom and Justice Party resigned on Thursday.