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Graffiti depicting Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (L), ousted president Hosni Mubarak (R) and former head of the army Field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi cover the walls outside the presidential palace in Cairo.

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 Albawaba4 weeks ago Egypt's new old government  Jordan Times2 months ago
International Business Times UK

Arab Spring five years on: Timeline of uprisings and key events during Egypt's revolution

It has been five years since the self-immolation of Tunisian Mohammed Bouazizi sparked a series of uprisings known as the Arab Spring across Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Jordan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. On the fifth anniversary of the 2011 ...
 International Business Times UK2 weeks ago Arab Spring 5 years on: Timeline of the major events and uprisings in the Middle East  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago
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Egypt's Ahly apologises to police and army for 'fans offence'

Related Egyptian club Ahly held a press conference to apologise to the police, armed forces, and their former leader Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawy, for offensive statements made by fans. "We [Ahly] apologise to the men of the armed forces ...
 Al Ahram1 month ago

Bridging the gap

In a TV phone-in, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi said the Ultras had become a real problem following a protest by the often-violent football supporters. The president made his comments on the satellite TV show Al-Qahira Al-Youm, presented ...
 Masress.com5 days ago Mired in problems, Egypt's president reaches out to Ultras  MENAFN4 days ago Mired in problems: Egypt's president reaches out to ultras  Huffington Post1 week ago

We cannot be the accusers and the judges: Ultras Ahlawy

The hardcore fan club of Al-Ahly sporting club, Ultras Ahlawy asserted early on Wednesday the necessity of revealing details of the Port Said stadium riots that took the lives of 72 Al-Ahly fans four years ago. The group issued a statement in ...
 Masress.com1 week ago

Al-Sisi calls upon Al-Ahly Ultras to respect judicial process in Port Said riot proceedings

Egyptian president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi called upon 10 members of the Al-Ahly Sporting Club Ultras Ahlawy (UA) to intervene among disgruntled members of the fan base to urge them to observe judicial proceedings in the Port Said stadium riots. The ...
 Albawaba1 week ago Al-Sisi calls upon Ultras members to respect judicial process in Port Said riot proceedings  Masress.com1 week ago

FJP spokesperson disagrees with judicial announcements on Brotherhood activities

Foreign committee spokesperson of the dissolved Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) Abdel Mawgood Al-Dardiry reportedly denied the legitimacy of the claims made by the committee to freeze Muslim Brotherhood assets on Sunday. During a press conference ...
 Masress.com2 weeks ago Egypt- FJP spokesperson disagrees with judicial announcements on Brotherhood activities  MENAFN2 weeks ago

What's in a day?

ahead of the first anniversary of the uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule, the daily Al-Ahram announced in a front-page headline: Plot to carry out acts of destruction and arson on the 25 January anniversary foiled. The privately owned ...
 Masress.com2 weeks ago

A Violent Turn, Conversion Of An Egyptian Radical

CAIRO — I wanted to live through the military coup. Now, after all Ive seen, I think I must have been mad. Thus Youssef — not his real name — began our interview. For him, everything changed on the dawn of Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013, the day the ...
 Worldcrunch3 weeks ago
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