Clashes erupt in several governorates in Egypt between ousted president Morsi’s supporters and their opponents
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One dead and several injured in Mansoura
Clashes in cities leave dozens injured
“Security forces have repeatedly failed to protect protesters, bystanders and residents from attacks by armed assailants.”
Thousands of demonstrators marched from Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque in Dokki to converge with other marches in Tahrir Square on Friday answering the call of Minister of Defence Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi.
Clashes erupted in Alexandria between opponents and supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi, when the latter staged a sit-in near Al-Qaed Ibrahim Mosque, leaving two dead and tens injured.
Demonstrators in Tahrir Square respond to defence minister’s call for mobilisation
Pro-Morsi crowds chant “down with Sisi” while anti-Morsi protesters chant ‘the people and the army one hand.’
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In perpetration for demonstrations on 30 June asking for the removal of Morsi
Angry masses head to Tahrir square two days before 30 June much anticipated protests
People across Egypt are voicing their displeasure with the current government
Tens of people gathered at Al-Menassa monument in Nasr City calling for military intervention in the current political situation.
Protesters gathered in Tahrir Square chanting against the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi, and carrying banners against what they call “Muslim Brotherhood terror”
Protesters stress they are civilians who are not politically affiliated, but are unhappy with the status quo
Calls remain the same since the uprising in 25 January 2011
People prepare to stay the night in Tahrir Square