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Latest in Tag: military coup
Egypt spread messages of rejoicing Turkish coup, raised criticism to president in response to Erdoğan’s campaign against Al-Sisi
In light of Friday’s unsuccessful military coup attempt, many Turks fear continued intervention in the press and the judiciary. Discussions on the re-introduction of the death penalty are also troubling.
The attempted military coup that shook Turkey on Friday was far closer than many realize to seizing state power. Tom Stevenson in Istanbul takes a closer look at why it ultimately failed.
Turkey has experienced many military coups but the latest, overnight attempt was different says DW’s Seda Sertar.
25 January and 30 June were not revolutions because we haven’t done anything differently since, says ex-Tamarod founder
Derbala remained committed to Anti-Coup Alliance
Defence blames Brotherhood leaders for inciting followers to commit violence
By James M. Dorsey World football body FIFA has dispatched investigators to Egypt to probe allegations of government interference as the country prepares for potentially risky bids to host two international tournaments, the 2017 Beach Soccer World Cup and the 2018 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup. The FIFA investigation and the bids come against the …
People are stuck with the short-sighted dilemma of choosing between two conflicting labels: legitimacy or military coup, writes Maher Hamoud
Delegation also meets Arab League secretary general; AU peace and security council stresses importance of Egypt to African continent
Demonstrators expressed their desire for the armed forces to protect them
Egypt serves as a stabilizing pillar of regional peace and security: US official to AFP
Fights break out between opponents and supporters of Morsi
Selim Al-Awwa suggests initiative out of crisis, claims he mediated between the Muslim Brotherhood and the armed forces
Protesters say their demands are non-negotiable, vow to remain in the streets till they are met
6 April calls for occupying Tahrir and presidential palace area before Islamists head out from 18 mosques in a million man march titled “Breaking the Coup”
El-Zayed: “We will continue resisting until the last drop of our blood”
The June 30 revolutionary alliance is made of very strange bedfellows and its reaction to the events that have transpired since reflects its inherent contradictions. The newbie revolutionaries (Independents) are more than ecstatic due their success and are acquiring an ego that rivals those of the Jan 25’s; the social conservatives are jubilant for the …
Ministry taking measures to resume activities in African Union
Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research described the transition in a report as having created a “concerning precedent, although the subsequent roadmap is broadly in line with demands from the secular opposition, in our view.”
Opposition groups deny army intervention is a coup; unconfirmed report of a meeting between ElBaradei and Al-Sisi