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Activist Yara Sallam
Egypt Independent 21 Jun 2015
The International Commission of Jurists has urged for the release of a young activist lawyer, Yara Sallam, who is...
MENA 30 Jun 2014
Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim offered his condolences over the death of Colonel Ahmed Amin Ashmawy, an explosives...
Words reading "This Palace is your prison" against President Mohamed Morsy written by protesters of "Friday of Departure" on walls of Ettehadiya Presidential Palace in Heliopolis, Cairo, 9 February 2013.
MENA 06 Dec 2013
The area around Ettehadiya Presidential Palace in Cairo has seen a reinforced security presence in anticipation for...
Al-Masry Al-Youm 09 Jun 2013
The Interior Ministry is bracing for possible violence on June 30, as opposition groups gear up for protests demanding...
Egypt Independent 26 Mar 2013
The Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide on Tuesday slammed recent protests that took place in front of various state...
Calm prevailing in Tahrir Square after protests of "Friday of Departure", Cairo, 9 February 2013.
MENA 23 Feb 2013
Protesters have once again closed all of Tahrir Square's entrances, after refusing to reopen the square in response...
DPA 12 Feb 2013
Nine were injured outside the Ettehadiya Palace, along with two in Tahrir Square, during protests Monday commemorating...
Words reading "This Palace is your prison" against President Mohamed Morsy written by protesters of "Friday of Departure" on walls of Ettehadiya Presidential Palace in Heliopolis, Cairo, 9 February 2013.
Jano Charbel 12 Feb 2013
The commemoration of the second anniversary of Hosni Mubarak’s abdication in Egypt was centered around calls for...
Calm prevailing in Tahrir Square after protests of "Friday of Departure", Cairo, 9 February 2013.
Al-Masry Al-Youm 09 Feb 2013
Four marches demanding the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsy will take place on the on the anniversary of the...
Al-Masry Al-Youm
MENA
09 Feb 2013
Calm prevailed Saturay in the area around Ettehadiya Palace, with security forces and protesters both almost completely...