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Tahrir Square, July 2 (15 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (14 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (13 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds gather and watch old newsreels of Gamal Abd Al-Nassar at a massive anti-Morsi protest in Tahrir Square on July 2, 2013.
Thousands have taken to the streets demanding an ouster of the Egyptian President and the military has issued an ultimatum calling for him to share power.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (12 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (11 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (10 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (9 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (8 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Armed with flags, anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013. Laser projected onto the building behind them are the words "get out."

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (5 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (4 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

A man waves a flag from atop a street light as Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (18 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
02 Jul 2013

Anti-Mohammed Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir Square on the night of July 2, 2013

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (6 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
02 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Anti-Morsi Demonstration in Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
17 May 2013

Hundreds of anti-Morsi protestors marched on Friday, May 17, from Mostafa Mahmoud Square to iconic Tahrir Square, in a million-man- march dubbed "Going Back to the Square" in solidarity with the recently-launched 'Rebel' campaign.

'Rebel' is a grassroots movement aimed at registering opposition to President Mohamed Morsi and forcing him to call early presidential elections by collecting as many as 15 million signatures by 30 June. The group says they have already collected 2 million names. The group officially launched on 1 May.

Major demands of the anti-government demonstration include early presidential elections, the release of detained political activists, and a new constitution.

Protestors voice their rejection to Morsi’s economic policies, including the new tax system and the government’s attempts to secure a $4.8bn loan from the International Monetary Fund.

A handful of political parties and movements announced plans to partake in the planned rallies. These include the Constitution Party, the Free Front for Peaceful Change the Free Egyptians Party, April Six Youth Movement and ‘Rebel' campaigners.

Egypt's opposition has grown increasingly discontent with President Mohamed Morsi's attempts to monopolize state institutions and smother dissent. The opposition accuses Morsi of governing only in the interests of his Muslim Brotherhood, while he insists he is the president of all Egyptians.

Since Morsi was elected last June, Egypt has continued to suffer from a serious political and economic crisis, and there have often been frequent clashes, sometimes deadly, between his opponents and supporters.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 17, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 17, 2013
Length: 00:02:18
Video Size: 113 MB
Language: Arabic
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1. Various shots for the demonstration
2. Shot for one of the demonstrators while cheering
3. Various shots for the demonstrators holding banners and flags
4. Shot for women cheering from balcony
5. Various shots for the demonstration
6. Various shots for people who distributes ‘Rebel’ applications
7. Shot for a demonstrator holding ‘Rebel’ banner
8. Various shots for citizens signing ‘Rebel’ application
9. Shot a fully-veiled woman cheering against Morsi
10. Various shots for demonstrators
11. Various shots for the demonstration
12. Shot for a banner condemns Morsi’s regime and the Ministry of Interior.
13. Various shots for the demonstration
14. Shot for a woman standing on a stage cheering against Morsi
15. Shot for a banner calling for the removal of Morsi’s regime

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In Front Of The Police
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Feb 2013

A young Egyptian clashes with the police in Tahrir Square during a protest last February, 2013, throwing stones at the police and dodging tear gas canisters.

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Playing With Tear Gas
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Feb 2013

Egyptian youth in clash with police in Tahrir Square during protests last February, 2013. They are trying to move the tear gas bomb back to the police.

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Egyptian Protests Feb 2013
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
02 Feb 2013

Egyptians clash with the police in Tahrir Square during a protest last February, 2013, throwing stones at the police and dodging tear gas canisters.

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Women rescued from Tahrir mob by men ...
Cairo, Egypt
By spisch
26 Jan 2013

Around 9pm on the second anniversary of the Egyptian uprising, a group of men used flamethrowers, knives, and clubs to protect a group of women, including prominent public figure Gameela Ismail, from a mob assault on the edge of Tahrir Square. The men also rescued at least four other women from the mob, one of whom had been stripped naked. The women rescued from the mob were part of the Egyptian Women for Change group and had just led a march into the square.

Among the men protecting the women were members of the Dostour Party and the 'Black Bloc,' who jumped the fence with knives and clubs to come to the women's aid.

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Black Bloc members jump fence to help...
Cairo, Egypt
By spisch
26 Jan 2013

Around 9pm on the second anniversary of the Egyptian uprising, a group of men used flamethrowers, knives, and clubs to protect a group of women, including prominent public figure Gameela Ismail, from a mob assault on the edge of Tahrir Square. The men also rescued at least four other women from the mob, one of whom had been stripped naked. The women rescued from the mob were part of the Egyptian Women for Change group and had just led a march into the square.

Among the men protecting the women were members of the Dostour Party and the 'Black Bloc,' who jumped the fence with knives and clubs to come to the women's aid.

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Gameela Ismail leads chants on second...
Cairo, Egypt
By spisch
26 Jan 2013

Prominent public figure Gameela Ismail leads chants of 'Horreya!' - 'freedom' - during a women's march into Tahrir Square on January 25, 2013 - the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution.

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Woman marches under the Egyptian flag...
Cairo, Egypt
By spisch
26 Jan 2013

A woman with a drum marched under an enormous Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square on January 25, 2013, the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution. She beat the drum in time with the chants.

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Women march at Tahrir on the second a...
Cairo, Egypt
By spisch
25 Jan 2013

Egyptian women marched into Tahrir Square on January 25, 2013, the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution. Among them was prominent public figure Gameela Ismail.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (10 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters near Tahrir Square throw rocks at police on the other side of the wall on Qasr al-Aini street, separating the Interior Ministry. Police responded by throwing rocks back and firing tear gas to disperse the crowds.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (8 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters throw rocks at police just outside of Tahrir on Qasr al-Aini street, a familiar seen over the past two years, but one that many in Egypt are growing tired of and say that it's more of a game for the youth, with no aim or goal in sight.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (7 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

A protester who is part of the Ahly Ultras, football supporters of the team Ahly and arguably the main physical force behind most of the clashes, holds up a teargas canister made in the U.S. The young man was fighting with police just outside Tahrir Square on Qasr al-Aini street.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (6 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters burn a traffic barrier and other rubbish while fighting with police outside Tahrir Square on Qasr al-Aini street. The age range was anywhere from young children around 8 years old and up, and was treated more like a game to most there as they were laughing and street vendors were selling food to spectators.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (5 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters stand on a wall blocking Qasr al-Aini street into Tahrir, throwing rocks at police. The police stayed a good distance away, sitting in chairs letting them throw rocks and occasionally firing teargas from this direction while the main fighting went on the street perpendicular to it.

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Thousands protest nationwide against...
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
01 Dec 2012

Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets in various governorates Friday to denounce the constitutional declaration issued on 22 November, as well as the final draft of the constitution approved by the Islamist-dominated Constituent Assembly.

Protesters say President Mohamed Morsy’s decrees grant him unprecedented powers and make him a new dictator. They say the constitution was approved hastily and without the consensus of different political and social powers.

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Clashes continued between protestors ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Ahmed Medhat
22 Nov 2012

Clashes continued between protestors and security men for a third day in a row near Tahrir Square and Interior Ministry headquarters and now at al kasr el einy street to commemorate the victims of last year
Stone throwing was reported between security and protestors which resulted in many of the injured reached more than to 104 according to the statements of the Ministry of Health

police cut electricity in the area, while protestors continued in the dark and went on shouting the famous slogan of the anti-Mubarak uprising, but this time changing the name from Mubarak to Morsi, repeating “The people want the fall of regime!” and “Leave, Leave, Morsi!”

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Egyptian Doctors Strike, Hold Symboli...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
08 Nov 2012

Hundreds of Egyptian doctors marched on Thursday, November 8, from Omar Makram Mosque in Tahrir Square to the Egyptian State TV Building (Maspero), holding a symbolic funeral for the Ministry of Health as part of their ongoing strike calling for healthcare reforms.
On the 39th day of their strike the protesting doctors wore black clothes, holding in their hands white coats to represent coffins.
They shouted slogans and raised banners demanding social justice and better hospital security.
Their major demands include an increase of healthcare share in the general budget to 15%, better health services, increased security at health facilities and higher pay.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mohamed Abdel-Sattar, a striking doctor:
“We decided today to hold a symbolic march entitled ‘the funeral of Egyptian healthcare’ due to the Health Ministry’s disregard of the strike’s three legitimate demands: to increase the healthcare budget, to increase security at hospitals and to implement the cadre of doctors within three years, not now. We want to live a decent life like everyone.”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Amr Shura, media coordinator of the doctors’ strike committee:
“Today is the 39th day of the doctors’ strike. We tried everything. We held marches, protests, marches, etc. We’re not required to provide solutions but we did. However, there was no response. Today, we tell the health minister that he’s failed.”

A number of political forces voiced support for the mock funeral procession of the striking doctors, protesting against alleged deteriorating healthcare and negligent government.
The doctors threatened to escalate the situation if their demands are not met.
The April 6 Youth Movement, Revolutionary Socialists, National Front for Justice and Democracy and Youth for Freedom and Justice are among the forces taking part in the march.
The doctors’ partial strike started on October 1 after being approved on September 21 at a Doctors Syndicate emergency general assembly meeting.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 8, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 8, 2012
Length: 0:02:17
Video Size: 113 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Wide shot of protesting doctors marching from Omar Makram Mosque near Tahrir square to the State TV Building “Maspero”, raising banners
  2. Wide shot of protesting doctors wearing black clothes and holding their coats representing symbolic coffins
  3. Various shots of protesting doctors marching, raising banners
  4. Various shots of protestors shouting marching, shouting statements against the
  5. Close up shot of one of the protestors raising a banner against the Health Ministry
  6. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Mohamed Abdel-Sattar, a striking doctor:
    “We decided today to hold a symbolic march entitled ‘the funeral of the Egyptian healthcare’ due to the Health Ministry’s disregard of the strike’s three legitimate demands: to increase the healthcare budget, to increase security at hospitals and to implement the cadre of doctors within three years, not now. We want to live a decent life like everyone.”
  7. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Amr Shura, media coordinator of the doctors’ strike committee:
    “Today is the 39th day of the doctors’ strike. We tried everything. We held marches, protests, marches, etc. We’re not required to provide solutions but we did. However, there was no response. Today, we bring tell the health minister that he’s failed.”
  8. Various shots of protesting doctors shouting statements calling for increase in the budget of the Health Ministry
  9. Wide shot of the symbolic coffin of the Health Ministry on the ground while protestors standing wearing black clothes and raising banners
  10. Various shots of protestors shouting statements against the Health Ministry
  11. Various shots of protestors raising banners condemning the system of the Ministry of Health
  12. Wide shot of the symbolic coffin of the Health Ministry
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Hundreds Of Protesters In Tahrir Squa...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
03 Nov 2012

Hundreds of Islamist supporters gathered on Friday, November 2, at Iconic Tahrir Square, for a preliminary demonstration calling for the implementation of Sharia (Islamic law) in Egypt’s new constitution.
Protestors chanted statements calling for the implementation of the Islamic law like “No democracy, no liberalism, only Sharia.”
Protesters said "We are here to tell the Constituent Assembly which is tasked with drafting Egypt’s new constitution that Egypt is an Islamic country."
They are also calling for Sharia to become the only source of legislation.
A stage was set in the square with speakers calling for the application of Islamic Sharia in an attempt to mount the pressure on the Constituent Assembly.
A mass rally is scheduled for 9 November by a group of Islamist forces to reinforce their demand.
Several Islamist political groups, including Al-Jamaa Al-Islamiya, the Freedom and Justice Party and Al-Dawa Al-Salafiya have announced that they will form a coalition of political parties and Islamic forces to ensure that Egypt's new constitution is shaped in accordance with Islamic Sharia law, as they said they will organize a protest on November 2 to press for their cause.
However, the Islamist coalition agreed to postpone Friday's planned protests, which had been planned under the slogan "Demanding the application of Sharia in the constitution," until they are able to rally more people for their cause.

Story: Hundreds of protesters in Tahrir demand implementation of Islamic Sharia Law
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 2, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 2, 2012
Length: 0:01:44
Video Size: 85.9 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Various shots of hundreds of protestors at Tahrir Square standing around stage set on the square and listening to one of the speakers one of the protestors waving with a flag
  2. Medium shot of a speaker on the stage addressing the protestors
  3. Various shots of protestors raising flags and listening to the speaker at Tahrir Square
  4. Close up shot of one of Spokesman for the Salafi Group Dr. Hesham Kamal addressing the protestors at Tahrir square
  5. Medium shot of protestors at Tahrir Square
  6. SOUDNBITE 1
  7. SOUNDBITE 2
  8. Pan right shot of protestors at Tahrir square, Islamic songs heard in the background
  9. Medium shot of protestor raising a banner calling for the implementation of the Islamic sharia law
  10. Various shots of protestors raising banners and waving with flags, Islamic songs playing in the background
  11. Medium shot of a man raising a banner calling for the resignation of the general prosecutor
  12. Wide shot of protestors at Tahrir square
  13. Zoom in shot of protestors marching at Tahrior square and shouting for the implementation of the Islamic sharia law
  14. Various shots of protestors at Tahrir square
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Clashes erupt between Muslim Brotherh...
Cairo, Egypt
By adrehsler
12 Oct 2012

On October 12, 2012 critics of President Mohamed Morsi held a demonstration criticizing his first 100 days while supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood held a rally only feet away from the secular opponents to rally against the courts that acquitted two dozen allies of ex-president Hosni Mubarak. Not long after violent clashes broke out between the two groups where Molotov cocktails and rocks were thrown. At least 11o people were injured.

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Clashes Erupt In Egypt’s Tahrir Squar...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
12 Oct 2012

Clashes erupted on Friday, October 12, between pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters and other secularist groups in iconic Tahrir Square, leaving approximately 42 injured, according to Egypt’s Health Ministry.
Protestors threw rocks and Molotov Cocktails at each other.
Several protests with different goals are occupying Tahrir square today.
Liberal and leftists forces have called for a protest dubbed "Accountability Friday" protesting against the poor performance of President Mohamed Morsi, after the end of his first 100-day plan.
On the other hand, the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists groups gathered at Tahrir Square, condemning the acquittal of 24 former regime figures who were accused of involvement in the Battle of the Camel during the January 25 Revolution.
Opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood expressed their rejection of the formation and activities of the Constitution Writing Panel, which is tasked with drafting Egypt’s new constitution after the January 25 Revolution.
They also protest against what they see as President Morsi's failure to fulfill his promises to meet demands of democracy and social justice.
Protestors seek a reformed Constitution Writing Panel that represents all Egyptians, the implementation of a minimum and maximum wage and a reduction in the price of basic commodities.
While on the other hand, Muslim Brotherhood supporters call for retribution for the victims of the revolution and the resignation of the General-Prosecutor.
Fighting has broken out between pro- and anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square after pro-Brotherhood supporters destroyed the stage of Hamdeen Sabbahi's Popular Current and burnt a banner calling for the reformation of the Constitution writing panel.
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 12, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 12, 2012
Length: 0:02:17
Video Size: 112 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Wide shot of massive numbers of pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements in support of the victims of the revolution and against the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing them during the January 25 Revolution
  2. Various shots of both sides of protestors targeting each other with rocks
  3. Wide shot of protestors raising a large Egyptian flag
  4. Various shots of clashes between both sides of protestors while targeting each other with rocks at Tahrir square
  5. Wide shot of anti- Muslim Brotherhood protestors marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements against the MB
  6. Various shots of clashes between protestors
  7. Medium sot of one of the anti-MB protestors shouting statements against the Muslim Brotherhood General-Guide
  8. Various shots of crowds of supporters of the MB at Tahrir square, shouting statements in support of Morsi and other statements condemning the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing the martyrs during the January 25 Revolution
  9. Wide shot of protestors marching, shouting and raising a large banner of one of the victims of the revolution
    Various shots of crowds of protestors raising Egyptian flags
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Editor's Picks 16 September 2012
Middle East
By Editor's Picks
15 Sep 2012

Cairo Calms Down After Violent Protests

Gunmen Open Fire At Arish Police Department, North Sinai

Morsi & Bashir Discuss Regional Developments Between Egypt And Sudan

Crowds Gathered In Jordan, Shaking Their Shoes At America
Friday Night Unrest At US Embassy In Jordan

Azaz, Syria's northernmost border with Turkey, has seen its share of fighting and now lives with the remnants. Bombed out schools, tanks and factories are whats left for the villagers whose children enjoy playing on the tanks.

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Egypt Security Forces Clear Tahrir Sq...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
15 Sep 2012

On Saturday, September 15, Egypt’s security forces cleared out protesters who have been clashing with security forces for the past four days near the US Embassy. The protests were sparked by anti-Islam movie that insults the Prophet Mohamed.

Security forces cleared the streets leading to the US Embassy in Cairo and Tahrir Square, beating and arresting protesters.

Egypt’s Interior Minister Ahmed Gamal el-Din said as he inspected the area that, “our presence here is to clear the square of people who are breaking the law" "We must preserve the square as a symbol of the revolution. That is the aim of our operation.

People see that it is the right decision made by the police to clear the square and the area around the embassy, as those who clashed with the security forces appeared to be thugs.

The scene on the streets surrounding the clashes is full of debris, broken sidewalks and rubbish.

Clashes erupted again on Friday night with security forces, leaving one killed and tens injured.

Ismail Rashad, 35, was killed by shotgun fire during clashes with security forces near the US Embassy.

According to a statement released by the interior ministry, Rashad was accused in 16 prior cases and was given a year's prison sentence.

US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called on Egypt's government on Friday to ensure the embassy's safety.

Clashes were initially started late on Wednesday between security forces and protestors outside the US Embassy, leaving around 250 wounded.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: September 15, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: September 15, 2012
Length: 0:01:43
Video Size: 84.9 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Pan right shot of traffic movement at Tahrir square
2- Tilt down shot of policemen spreading at the square
3- Various shots of Egyptian Interior Minister Ahmed Gamal el-Din and other security officials touring the area around the US embassy and the square after forces clearing the area from protestors
4- Pan right shot of massive number of central security forces spreading at the area around the embassy and the square
5- Pan right shot of a police vehicle touring the area around the embassy
6- Various shots of police men spreading at the square
7- Various shots of the security forces clearing the square from protestors by force
8- Various shots of security forces arresting protestors
9- Wide shot of massive fire rising out after protestors throwing security forces with Molotov Cocktails then security responded and dispersed them with force
10- Pan right shot of a car dragging a damaged car after forces cleared the area from protestors
11- Various shots of security forces clearing the area of the square and arresting protestors

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Editor's Picks 15 September 2012
middle East
By Editor's Picks
14 Sep 2012

Warm Welcome For Pope Benedict XVI In Lebanon

US Embassy In Tunis On Fire; One Killed During Protest In Tripoli, Lebanon

Security Clears Areas Around US Embassy & Tahrir Square, Makes Arrests

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Tear Gas Effect
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
13 Sep 2012

A protester trying to get away from a tear gas canister and suffering from its effects

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Editor's Picks for 13 Aug 2012: Sinai...
Cairo, Egypt
By Editor's Picks
12 Aug 2012

Includes video footage of the aftermath of the military retaliation on suspected attackers in Sinai, archive footage of goods being moved through Gaza/Rafah tunnels, the new Defense Minister & Vice President taking oaths in front of Morsi, and the public's reaction in Tahrir Square to Tantawi leaving.

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Morsy is president
TahrirSQ, Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Morsy is president
TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.

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Morsy is president
TahrirSQ,Cairo,Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
25 Jun 2012

Cairo , Tahrir SQ , June 24, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsy is Egypt’s next president, the Presidential Elections Commission (PEC) announced on Sunday.

Morsy will be Egypt's first civilian president since the foundation of the modern republic.

Morsy took 51.73 percent of the vote, compared to Ahmed Shafiq's 48.27 percent, Farouq Sultan, the head of the PEC, said. 26.4 million of Egypt's 50.95 million eligible voters cast ballots. Nearly 1 million votes were counted as invalid.

The confirmation of Morsy’s victory comes a week after the run-off vote between Morsy and Ahmed Shafiq, a former air force commander and the last prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak.