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The organisation’s Secretary General says there is a media campaign to “demonise” the Brotherhood
Ministry of Interior reports marches in Cairo, Alexandria, Giza, Baheira, Minya, and Assiut
Journalists to strike on Friday
Some friends and relatives are surprised at those who question the integrity of the coming elections and wonder why they keep raising doubts concerning their democracy. And if so, what is the available evidence that the elections will be conducted in an undemocratic atmosphere? The truth is, there is serious doubt-raising evidence concerning the coming …
By AbdelHalim H. AbdAllah Clashes erupted in Cairo University on Wednesday evening when hundreds of students from the universities of Cairo and Al-Azhar participated in a rally organised by Students Against the Coup (SAC). The protest reached the Faculty of Applied Arts, which is near the Giza Security Directorate, according to SAC female coordinator at Cairo University …
Protesters included doctors, teachers, security workers and others
76 “rioters” arrested, 5 police injured, interior ministry says
Ukraine’s new government and most of the international community except Russia have said they will not recognise a result expected to be overwhelmingly in favour of immediate secession.
Students Against the Coup (SAC) protested Tuesday inside the building of the Faculty of Commerce at Ain Shams University. According to Ayman AbdAllah, head of the faculty’s security, the students broke the all the locks of the faculty building, adding that administrative security had locked the doors of different faculties along with the main gates …
The teaching assistant was notified last week of a three-month suspension pending investigations
This olive branch came even though Venezuela last week announced the expulsion of three US diplomats on grounds they were conspiring with student protesters.
Defendants are charged with premeditated murder, attempted murder for terrorist purposes, inciting violence last August
Verdict described by AFTE Student Observatory researcher as “worthless”
Swathes of the tent encampment have already been destroyed by fire and flames poured out of the windows of a gutted building on the square.
Lawyer says there is still room for appeal but it is a process that will take a very long time
New report details protestors being subjected to beatings and electric shock
Not guilty verdict reached in the trial of pro-Morsi protestors
Vast majority of violence and arrests took place in Cairo and Giza
“For several months we have been saying that what is happening in the streets is also the result of the policies of the current government”
Government supporters rally in Tahrir as security forces disperse downtown protests nearby
Ukrainian opposition leader and world boxing champion Vitali Klitschko on Thursday urged protesters to observe an eight-hour truce in clashes with security forces
A new era has begun in Egypt: an era of stability and security, of safety and justice, of rights and freedoms, of women’s rights, children’s rights and rights for the disabled. An era of democracy has suddenly befallen on us on the eve of the landslide success of a Yes vote to a new progressive …
Erdogan said he could freeze the legislation if the opposition instead agreed to consider judicial reforms as part of changes to the constitution, although his exact proposals are unclear.
Students Against the Coup organise protests and burn a police car in Zagazig
Arab League notifies all member states of Egypt’s decision to designate MB “terrorist organisation”
ANHRI statement condemns the continued violence against members of the press
Clashes continue inside university despite semester exams and MOI warnings
Rights watchdog condemns continued government crackdown on the Islamist group
AFP – A leader of the Muslim Brotherhood vowed that the movement would keep up protests after Egypt’s military-installed government designated it a “terrorist” group on Wednesday. “The protests will continue, certainly,” Ibrahim Munir, a member of the group’s executive council who is in exile in London, told AFP, adding the move was “illegitimate”. “This is …
Students gear up to boycott next week’s final exams