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6 April: combating terrorism is an “elastic” term that may entail extraordinary measures
The state will take all necessary measures to dry up sources of terrorism, said the National Defence Council
Police said they were planning massive reinforcements to secure Friday’s rallies, which raise the prospect of further bloodshed
The United States has delayed plans to supply Egypt with an additional four F-16 fighter jets due to unrest gripping the country
the marches, under the slogan of “the people want to overthrow the coup” are expected to begin after Friday prayers from a number of locations in downtown Cairo, Mohandessin, Kit-Kat, Salah Salem, Ain Shams and Nasr City.
The renowned journalist claims he never predicted a military plot against Al-Sisi
AmericanChamber of Commerce in Egypt tries to convey a correct image of Egypt’s unrest, while others call of boycotts of American goods
Protesters demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, flocked to Al-Qobba palace on Wednesday afternoon to listen to the much anticipated statement by the Egyptian Armed forces. The atmosphere at the palace was festive with protesters sharing their own view on different scenarios after the removal of the current president. In a statement on Tuesday, …
Morsi opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir Square chanted: “The army and the people, united,” as military helicopters staged a fly-past trailing huge Egyptian flags.
Army Spokesman further explains “ultimatum” statement
The new military chief will face many challenges