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Cabinet Office Clashes Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Editor
03 Oct 2013

Protesters start a fire during clashes with army soldiers at the cabinet near Tahrir Square in Cairo December 16, 2011. Stone-throwing demonstrators clashed with troops in central Cairo on Friday, witnesses said, in the worst violence since the start of Egypt's first free election in six decades. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 16/12/201
By: Jeffrey Bright

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Egyptian Salvation Front
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
08 Jun 2013

Dr. Mohammed El-baradei and Amr Moussa with Hamdeen Sabahi at a meeting for Egyptian Salvation Front at Wafd Party headquarters.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
17 May 2013

Activists in Egypt collected hundreds of signatures for a rebel statement campaign from Egyptian citizens against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and Muslim brotherhood.

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Egyptians sign on rebel statement cam...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
15 May 2013

Members of the April 6 Youth Movement and the "Tamrod campaign" collected thousands of signatures on the statement of the rebels.
This campaign is working against President Morsi's stay in power.

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Egyptian Rights Center: 1,462 Protest...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
03 May 2013

In a report titled “Democracy Indicator,” an Egyptian rights center stated Egypt had one of the highest rates of protest, having witnessed 1,462 protests in the month of April.

This sets the month of April at a record number compared to 1,354 protests in March and 864 in February.

Economic and social justice demands were the predominant drivers of 62.4 percent of the demonstrations.

Some of the demands of Egyptian protestors included releasing detainees, criticism to the government's regime, as well as demonstrations to support Coptic religious beliefs.

According to a report issued by the International Development Center, Egypt has never seen such a high rate of protest before, not even at the peak of the revolution.

In March, Egypt had 1.8 protests every hour, 7.2 protests every four hours, 44 protests a day, amounting to approximately 306 protests a week.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: Archive (protests during April)
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 3, 2013
Length: 00:01:59
Video Size: 98.1 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Various shots of the demonstration to support the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar
  2. Various shots of from the demonstration against the clashes happened north of Cairo between Muslim and Christians
  3. Various shots of the demonstration of the Muslim Brotherhood outside the High Court to demand purge of the judiciary
  4. Various shots of the demonstration of the Egyptian workers marking the Labour Day
  5. Various shots of April Six Youth Movement protest to demand the release of their detained colleagues
  6. Various shots of the protest of Ahrar movement outside the High Court downtown Cairo
  7. Various shots of the protest by the state Radio and Television Building against Egyptian Minister of Information
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Releasing April 6 members detainees ...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
29 Apr 2013

A co-founder of the April 6 youth movement playing with fireworks after having been released from jail.

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Releasing April 6 members detainees (...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
29 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6 youth movement after having been released from jail. Egyptian police arrested them after they protested in front of an internal minister's house last March

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Zucchini Protest (10 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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Zucchini Protest (9 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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Zucchini Protest (8 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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Zucchini Protest (5 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity in front of the Egyptian high court protesting the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest (3 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
17 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity in front of the Egyptian high court protesting the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest (6 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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Zucchini Protest (1 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity as they protest the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest (7 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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Zucchini Protest (4 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity in front of the Egyptian high court protesting the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest (2 of 10)
Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement sit in solidarity as they protest the incarceration of three other activist members earlier this April.

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Zucchini Protest
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
09 Apr 2013

Members of the April 6th Youth Activist Movement protest the incarceration of three other activist members in front of the Egyptian high court .

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

Egyptian youth clash with police in Tahrir Square during protests last February, 2013. A demonstrator shows the tear gas canisters that police shot toward them.

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Screaming Egypt
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Feb 2013

Egyptian demonstrators chanting against President Morsi

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Egyptian Police Reloading
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Feb 2013

An Egyptian police officer is preparing to shoot tear gas into a crowd of peaceful protestors demonstrating against President Morsi.

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Egyptian Police Shooting Tear Gas
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Feb 2013

An Egyptian police officer is preparing to shoot tear gas into a crowd of peaceful protestors demonstrating against President Morsi.

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Egypt: Clashes in 2013 / Election Cam...
Cairo
By May Kamel
17 Jan 2013

0:00 - 0:50 :: May 19, 2014
Election campaigning in the streets.

0:51 - 6:27 :: Friday, January 18, 2013
Ultras Ahlaway

6:27 - 19:26 :: Friday, January 25, 2013
Revolution Memorial 2013 and the clashes on that day .

19:26 - 29:31 :: Monday, January 28, 2013
Clashes between police and demonstrators around Cornish el Nile, burning police vehicles.

29:32 - 33:11 :: Friday, February 1, 2013
People take to the streets against the Muslim Brotherhood and police.

33:12 - 35:50 :: Friday, February 8, 2013
Demonstrators march to Tahrir Square in Talat Harab St.

35:51 - 36.29 :: Friday, March 22, 2013
Clashes in erupt in the el Mokatam district of Cairo between Muslim Brotherhood members supported by police and anti-Morsi demonstrators.

36:30 - 45:41 :: Friday, April 19, 2013
The last day of fighting Tahrir Square between Muslim Brotherhood supporters and anti-government demonstrators.

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Muslim Brothers Attack Presidential ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
06 Dec 2012

On Wednesday, as Vice President Mahmoud Mekky gave a press conference, Morsy supporters headed to the area surrounding the palace and forcibly dispersed the sit-in.

Earlier in the day, the Muslim Brotherhood released a statement calling for a rally by the “Brotherhood and popular forces” to protect the legitimacy of the president, the declaration and the draft constitution.

When supporters arrived, the sit-in tents were completely destroyed, men and women were beaten, and canned food and blankets were scattered around and trampled on.

Morsy supporters said they were outraged by the graffiti drawn over the palace’s walls. “We were deeply offended by these endless insults,” said a furious Brotherhood member who went to the palace Wednesday.

The many Morsy opponents were pushed to the side streets surrounding the palace, outraged by the sudden attack.

They surprised the strike by their numbers, destroyed the tents, beat many young men and even women, and pushed others to the side streets

The numbers of pro-Morsy demonstrators quickly increased before rallies to support the opponents arrived, but the latter were still outnumbered well into the evening as clashes raged on.

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People With Special Needs Against Con...
Cairo, egypt
By Transterra Egypt
04 Dec 2012

Dozens of people with special needs against the articles of the constitution that tend their rights as citizens

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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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To what extent will Egypt's new const...
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Egypt
10 Oct 2012

As Egypt's Constituent Assembly moves closer to completing the long-awaited constitutional draft, concerns are being raised regarding articles dealing with the status and rights of women. Some commentators predict a reduction in women's rights from those guaranteed in the 1971 constitution, whilst others suggest there will be little change.
Some women fear that even if their rights are protected by the new constitution, an Islamist-dominated state would find ways to violate women's rights them in practice.

Interview with Niveen Ebieed, Campaign Manager, New Woman Foundation
Niveen Ebieed explains the ongoing discussions between women's rights organizations and the Constituent Committee for the writing of the new constitution.

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In Observance of Labor Day Workers Pr...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
01 May 2012

Cairo, Egypt | May 1, 2012

On Labor Day, May 1st, Egyptian workers headed to Tahrir Square not only to celebrate, but also to declare that they will not continue to allow their rights, which were usurped during the Mubarak presidency, to be tossed aside any longer. Workers and their supporters gathered in Tahrir Square to demand social justice, higher wages, improvement of their conditions, freedom of establishing labor unions and the termination of a 2011 law against strikes and protests.

The workers stated that their conditions deteriorated greatly under the former regime, and have worsened since the January 25 revolution. Many of the workers claimed that the recent strikes and protests are legitimate and necessary in light of the decline of their income and skyrocketing prices. The protestors also demanded fair representation of workers in Egypt's coming constitution, stressing that it must represent all Egyptians, and not only a certain faction or party. Among other concerns of the protestors, was the ousting of corrupt former regime officials from government institutions.

SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Hesham Ragab, Syndicate of Fine Art Workers, Ministry of Culture:
"We have come today to celebrate this beautiful day, but of course we have demands including freedom and justice. We also demand the application of minimum wages that haven’t been applied yet. We also want to purify the institutions from the former regime officials because anything good for the workers or employees are not applied because of the former regime officials in these sectors."

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Nasser Abdel-Hady, worker:
"I am 35 and I have been working for the government for eleven years. I am oppressed, and I don’t get enough wages. In the beginning of the revolution we demanded living necessity, freedom, dignity and social justice. We have seen nothing of them at all. We have only seen theft, looting and fighting over power to run the country."

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 1, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 1, 2012
Length: 0:01:49
Video Size: 90 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Zoom in, dozens of Egyptian workers marching in Tahrir Square raising flags of Egypt and shouting statements of labor revolution
2. Close up, a worker raising a sign reading "We want monthly wages that meet one month expenses"
3. Various shots of protesting workers in Tahrir Square
4. Close up, a sign demanding freedom of labor union
5. Medium shot, protestors raising red flags reading "Cairo University
6. SOUNDBITE 3 (Arabic) – Hesham Ragab, Syndicate of Fine Art Workers, Ministry of Culture:
"We have come today to celebrate this beautiful day but of course we have demands including freedom and justice. We also demand the application of minimum wages that haven’t been applied yet. We also want to purify the institutions from the former regime officials because anything good for the workers or employees are not applied because of the former regime officials in these sectors." 7. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Nasser Abdel-Hady, worker:
"I am 35 and I have been working for the government for eleven years. I am oppressed and I don’t get enough wages. In the beginning of the revolution we demanded living necessity, freedom, dignity and social justice. We have seen nothing of them at all. We have only seen theft, looting and fighting over power to run the country." 8. Medium shot, protestors doing a jumping dance while chanting demands of workers' rights with drumbeats
9. Various shots of protesters raising signs demanding labor rights
10. Close up, a worker raising a sign reading "We demand minimum wages of EGP 1,500 per month"
11. Various shots of protesters raising signs demanding workers' rights
12. Tilt down, the protestors in Tahrir

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Egyptians Rally in Tahrir Square Agai...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
27 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 27, 2012

Hundreds of Egyptians gathered under the banner 'Save the Revolution' in Tahrir Square on Friday, April 27, for a demonstration against the ruling military council. The protest was organized by Islamist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, the Salafists and al-Jamaa al-Islamiya.

Demonstrators are calling for the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law, which states that the Presidential Elections Commission’s decisions cannot be challenged in a court, and the dismissal of the Supreme Presidential Elections Commission.

Protestors believe that senior officials from the deposed Mubarak regime must be banned from eligibility for a presidential bid.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor #1:
"The demands of the revolution are summed up in several points, firstly to prevent former regime figures from running for presidency, [particularly] Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa. The Egyptian people prevented Omar Suleiman before from running for president. God willing they will also prevent Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa from running for president.”

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor #2:
"We are demanding the disbandment of the controversial Supreme Presidential Elections Commission and the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law. We are here now protesting against the ruling council because they are responsible for killing our brother at Port Said and Suez. The military council must go back to its barracks".

Protestors are also calling for the release of political detainees.

Traffic in Tahrir Square moved without incident, and the security checkpoints that are normally placed during protests were not erected for the demonstration.

The elections commission announced the final list of 13 candidates for president on Thursday after disqualifying 10 candidates, including the top two Islamists. However, the commission reinstated Ahmed Shafik, Mubarak's PM during last year's uprising, and Mubarak's longtime foreign minister and former Arab League chief Amr Moussa.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 27, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 27, 2012
Length: 0:01:30
Video Size: 74.2 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Wide shot of a large banner against returning to export gas to Israel
2. Pan right shot of protestors chanting and marching at Tahrir Square
3. Wide shot of a man addressing the protestors through a stage
4. Wide shot of protestors at Tahrir square amid the presence of vendors
5. Medium shot of protestors raising banners reading "God is the greatest"
6. SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Protestor #1:
"The demands of the revolution are summed up in several points, firstly to prevent former regime figures from running for presidency and first of them Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa. The Egyptian people prevented Omar Suleiman before from running for president, God willing they will also prevent Ahmed Shafik and Amr Moussa from running for president."
7. SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Protestor #2:
"We are demanding the disbandment of the controversial Supreme Presidential Elections Commission and the cancellation of Article 28 of the presidential election law. We are here now protesting against the ruling council, as they are responsible for killing our brother at Port Said and Suez. The military council must go back to its barracks."
8. Close up shot of a large banner reading "We are all against the remnants of the former regime".
9. Various shots of protestors at Tahrir square
10. Wide shot of protestors shouting "Islamic"
11. Wide shot of a large banner reading "The final date for the SCAF to hand over power is June 30".

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Disabled Protester
Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27, 2012
A disabled protester in Tahrir SQ, celebrating the revolution.

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Identifying Civil State
Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
29 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 27,2012
Activist May El-Telmisany, co-founder for civilian state initiative, distributing flyers to protesters in Tahrir SQ.

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Revolutionary Kids
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By mostafaa.sheshtawy
25 Jan 2012

Two kids in Tahrir join the protesters chanting for the Jan 25th anniversary.

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Protesters Back in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
24 Jan 2012

Cairo, January 25, 2012

Midnight in Tahrir Square. Street vendors are preparing for the reception of customers.
Protesters back in Tahrir Square with their tents, under the rain, and discussing politics.

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Egyptian Revolution Archive Photos
Cairo,Egypt
By mostafaa.sheshtawy
25 Dec 2011

Photos taken in the streets of Cairo during the January 25th revolution.

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
19 Dec 2011

Protesters celebrate on top of destroyed car following three days of clashes with military next to Cabinate offices. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 19/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
19 Dec 2011

Children sit on top of air conditioning of the Scientific Institute near cabinet offices. The historic institute, which housed a large selection of rare and ancient books and documents, was set on fire during clashes between protesters and security forces. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 19/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
19 Dec 2011

After three days of clashes the military erected a concrete wall next to the Scientific Institute near cabinet offices blocking off the street. The historic institute, which housed a large selection of rare and ancient books and documents, was set on fire during clashes between protesters and security forces. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 19/12/2011

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Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt.
By Jeffrey Bright
18 Dec 2011

A protesters amids the clashes with a military's riot shield and helmet. Pro-reform demonstrators are demanding that Egypt's military rulers hand over power to genuine civilian control more swiftly. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011