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Op-Ed: Former Egyptian President Morsi faces even more charges

Cairo - In a sign that Eygptian authorities are determined to continue their crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, former president Mohamed Morsi has now been charged with insulting the judiciary.

Op-Ed: Anti-coup group holds demonstrations across Egypt

Cairo - Just days after a court banned activities by the Muslim Brotherhood thousands of people are taking part in anti-government protests across Egypt.

Op-Ed: AIPAC lobbies for US to continue aid to Egypt

Washington - The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) the pro-Israel lobby group is pushing hard to ensure continued aid to the military-backed government in Egypt.

Demonstrations against Egyptian coup in Turkey and Tunisia

Cairo - There have been protests against the military crackdown on pro-Morsi supporters in several countries with large demonstrations taking place in Turkey and Tunisia. However, there were also protests in Malaysia, Pakistan, Indonesia, Libya and even the US.

Egypt military-backed cabinet orders pro-Morsi protests ended

Cairo - The cabinet of the interim Egyptian government has ordered the police "to take all necessary measures" to end protests by Pro-Morsi supporters. The government warned that the demonstrations posed a national security threat.

Pro-Morsi supporters in Egypt in call for 'million man march'

Cairo - Tension in Egypt showed no sign of abating any time soon as supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi called for “a million demonstrators” to take to the streets Tuesday, July 30, to demand Morsi's reinstatement.

Op-Ed: At least four dead in Egyptian protest clashes

Cairo - Supporters and opponents of former Egyptian president Morsi have clashed in the center of Cairo as well as north of the capital. The groups hurled stones at each other while security forces used tear gas to try to disperse the groups.

Op-Ed: 7 dead over 260 wounded and 400 arrested after Cairo clashes

Cairo - A new interim government was sworn in on Tuesday while pro-Morsi demonstrations continued. Clashes in Cairo on Monday involving security forces, and those in support of and against former president Morsi resulted in many casualties and arrests.
 

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Thousands poured into Tahrir Square in Cairo to celebrate what they termed Egypt's "Second Revolution", the military ousting of President Mohamed Morsi, July 7, 2013.
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