Luiz Sanchez

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Luiz is a Brazilian journalist in Cairo @luizdaVeiga

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Marches from AL-Matariya, Al-Nour Mosque, Ghamra, and Midan Al-Sa’a merged, leading tens, if not hundreds of thousands of protesters to the presidential palace
(Photo by Aaron T. Rose)

Morsi Challenged

Thousands fill squares across the country, and surround the presidential palace, joined in outcry against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Mohamed Morsi

In this hand out picture released by the Egyptian Presidency Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi addresses a conference to mark the upcoming anniversary of one year in power on June 26, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt. Islamist President Mohamed Morsi warned on Wednesday that political divisions in Egypt "threaten to paralyse" the country, as at least one person was killed and scores were hurt in clashes between his supporters and opponents. == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / EGYPTIAN PRESIDENCY'

President Morsi’s one year in power

Mohamed Morsi: One Year in Power 30 June marks the one-year anniversary since Mohamed Morsi assumed Egypt’s presidency. The past year has been marred in controversy and hamstrung by political deadlocks, all amid wider social unrest fueled by the economic crisis and deteriorating human rights conditions. The president’s achievements and shortcomings are detailed within these …

Former Mubarak-era prime minister Ahmed Nazif
(AFP File Photo)

Mubarak-era PM to be released

Pending a retrial, Mubarak-era Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif is being released from Tora prison as legal detention period expires

A picture taken on May 28, 2013 shows the Blue Nile River in Guba, Ethiopia, during its diversion ceremony 
(AFP/File, William Lloyd-George)

Ethiopia unveils IPoE report

Roundtable discussions to be held on further recommendations made by the International Panel of Experts