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The “Maspero violence” took place days following the ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013
Some gatherings took place in Talbiya and Matariya Friday morning, says Interior Ministry Press Office representative
Friday marks second anniversary of Rabaa Al-Adaweya and Al-Nahda Square sit-ins dispersal
The request was made in order to “erase the memory” of the Rabaa Al-Adaweya sit-in, says Head of Judges Club
In the aftermath of violence, people are more prone to isolation, depression, sleep disorders or even substance abuse, experts say
Human Rights Watch report says Rabaa dispersal “probably” amounts to crimes against humanity, as it was “planned at the highest levels of Egyptian government”
Hundreds protest the military backed government
Cabinet cuts curfew in 14 governorates by two hours
A new poll shows most Egyptians saw pro-Morsi sit-ins as ‘non-peaceful’
Human rights organisation condemns loss of life in Egypt
European nations summon Egyptian ambassadors while Ecuador recalls their ambassador in Egypt
Dispersal of sit-ins could lead to a high number of deaths, says Human Rights Watch.
The National Defence Council calls on protesters to leave the Rabaa Al-Adaweya area and Al-Nahda Square
Al-Nour Party condemns meeting
Pro-Morsi protesters march from Old Cairo to Al-Nahda Square.
A few thousand supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi demonstrated near the Cabinet building in downtown Cairo on Wednesday afternoon in reaction to the new government formed under interim prime minister Hazem El-Beblawi. Demonstrators gathered on Qasr Al-Eini Street next to the Cabinet building holding signs calling El-Beblawi illegitimate and condemning the change of power, …
Protesters supporting the ousted president demonstrate near the Cabinet building and march to Cairo University
Islamist and opposition groups are both set to demonstrate on Friday following prayers.