12 homemade bombs were defused in Cairo University

On Tuesday, Egyptian security forces defused 12 homemade bombs found on the campus of the University of Ain ​​Shams, Cairo, informed the Egyptian Interior Ministry. The private security guards of the school found the artifacts when searching the area between the Faculties of Law...

Hosni Mubarak receives provisional freedom

The former president of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, 84, received a provisional freedom pardon by a court, although the cause is still against him and the former Minister of Interior Habib al-Adli for the deaths of protesters, but remain in custody for another corruption, judicial...

Mubarak Trial Adjourned Until Wednesday

The trial of Hosni Mubarak, the fallen dictator of Egypt, has been postponed until Wednesday, hours after it began. Defense lawyers gave arguments like “the former leader was a victim of malicious accusations.” Farid el-Deeb, Mubarak’s chief defense lawyer presented the former...

Calm Slowly Returns To Cairo After Brutal Demonstrations

This morning the calm returned to the downtown of Cairo after the clash between security forces and demonstrators during dawn. An unidentified spokesmen of the security services informed that the situation is now calm. According to this source a group of youngsters managed to...

Egyptian Soldiers Kill Demonstrators in Tahrir Square

This Monday, December 19, hundreds of soldiers with riot gear headed into Tahrir Square and fired upon the demonstrators that demand the immediate exit of the military regime. The Ministry of Health pointed out the death toll has risen to 14 in just four days. The violence...

Cairo Prepares for More Election Demonstrations

Once again the Egyptian activists are preparing for another massive protest in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to demand the immediate end to military rule one day prior to the country’s parliamentary elections. On November 27, 2011, the “Legitimacy of the Revolution” would perform a...

Cairo Returns to Hostile Demonstrations

Thousands of demonstrators slept on the lawns, sidewalks and streets of Tahrir Square. The previous night the streets were filled with tear gas and confrontations between officers and civilians. A steady stream of ambulances leaving Tahrir Square was a tragic sign of the chaos in...

Clashes in Tahrir Square left dozens injured

Hundreds of protesters who were sitting in at the Tahrir Square in Cairo on Saturday clashed with Egyptian police, who arrived in the morning to maintain order. Dozens injured and several arrested were the result of the violent clashes. Riot police had to fight with 200...