Another 173 people died yesterday in Egypt clashes

Unofficial reports showed that deaths registered yesterday reached about 800 people, including women and children, mostly Muslims who support ousted President Morsi. In Cairo, Alexandria and several major cities, Muslims did not respect the curfew and savaged Catholic churches,...

Over 638 dead due to evictions in Egypt

That is the recorded death toll until yesterday after Egyptian security forces attacked with tear gas, bullets and bulldozers, thousands of Islamists who camped in tents at a vigil for six weeks in protest demanding the return to power of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. The...

New elections in Egypt will be in 2014

Adli Mansur, the current interim president of Egypt confirmed last Monday a timetable for the process to amend the constitution and carry out elections for president and parliament, which would be held in early 2014. According to the constitutional declaration made by Mansur,...

Judge Adli Mansur is the interim president of Egypt

This Thursday, July 4, the presiding judge of the Constitutional Court, Adli Mansur, was sworn in as interim president of Egypt, taking office a few hours after the army to depose the Islamist Mohammed Morsi. Mansur was sworn in by the Constitutional Court, located on the banks...

The shadow of a coup covers Egypt

Yesterday the presidential palace in Egypt was probed by military helicopter, while supporters and opponents of Egyptian leader, Mohammed Morsi, took their contempt to the streets of the nation. At night Morsi stressed that “the people elected me in free and fair...

President of Egypt against the wall

Yesterday the Armed Forces of Egypt gave the ultimatum to Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, to share his power. The order called on politicians to reach an agreement that defines the future of the country within the next 48-hours. The military statement broadcasted by state...

Egypt Under Chaos Over Protests

Yesterday the main courthouses of appeals in Egypt suspended their work as a protest against the presidential decrees that gave almost absolute power to the Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi. This act aggravates the tensions that currently assail the country since last week. The...

Demonstrations in Tahrir Square Demand the Exit of Mohammed Morsi

Dozens of thousands of Egyptians protested yesterday after the announcement of that the Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, maintains a decree that gives him alternate powers, despite several days of protests and the opposition of justice. Thousands of attorneys also joined to...
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