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Egyptian Police Clash with Morsi Supp...
Cairo, Egypt
By Jihan Hafiz
15 Jul 2013

TEXT (00-00 - 00:10) Pro-Morsi supporters continue to take to the streets throughout Egypt. On the evening of July 15th, they blocked a major road and main bridge heading out of downtown Cairo.

Scuffles between Pro-Morsi supporters and residents escalated and the police moved in, shooting tear gas, buckshot and rubber bullets. At the same time protesters cut off the bridge, many were praying.

SOT, Morsi supporter (00:12 - 00:19) "I want to say that this is the second time the Egyptian army and the interior ministry attack us during prayer."

SOT, Morsi supporter (00:19 - 00:22) "It's always during prayer! every time it's during prayer!:

TEXT: (00:22 - 00:26) Protesters expressed anger over the 'Made in USA' tear gas canister shot at them

SOT - (00:27 - 00:34) "This isn't the message from the US people it's from their regime"

TEXT: (00:42 - 00:51) - "Pro Morsi marchers cut off the October 6th bridge and a major square to on coming traffic where clashes ensued for hours"

TEXT: (00:55 - 01:22) Protesters began breaking up the concrete to make rocks. The square also came under attack by local residents and what many claim were government thugs. Down one of the streets leading into Ramses square, fire work clashes raged as rocks, glass and metal pipes where thrown back and forth

TEXT: (01:23 - 01:30) Although many of those who cut off the main road and bridge were Morsi supporters, anti-Morsi and anti-military protesters joined in when clashes began.

SOT, (01:31 - 01:39) protester, ANTI MORSI/ANTI-MILITARY "I fought in Mohammed Mahmoud, Magles el Wazara (2011) Tahrir, all of it, many battles the Brotherhood never showed up for. I came here to see the tear gas"

SOT, (01:39 - 01:57) Jimmy ANTI-MORSI/ANTI-military "The police and thugs are on top of the bridge firing on the Brotherhood below. They are also fighting them down these two streets with buckshot and tear gas. It's not a good situation at all. Even if they are Brotherhood and I'm against Morsi's regime, they can't keep doing this"

TEXT (00:57 - 2:07) TRNN film crew also witnessed Morsi supporters fired handmade guns into the streets. The brotherhood has called on their supporters to stay on the streets until Morsi is reinstated as President. It's been less than two weeks since his ouster on July 3rd.

TEXT (02:07 - END) Clashes also raged throughout the night in Ramses, the Ghrama district and Giza district. The latest violent deepened fears of prolonged unrest during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

The health ministry reports over 250 people were wounded and 7 killed in the deadly street battles.

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Protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir square share their feelings about Morsi and happiness for their country with him no longer in power.

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Male protective chain in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

With sexual assault being spoken off more frequently in Tahrir Square, men have take to protecting women themselves by forming chains around female protesters

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Anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
15 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir square continue to demonstrate against the ousted President Morsi

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Tahrir Square protesters
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Egyptian protesters chant, sing, and dance, in Tahrir Square, Cairo celebrating their victory after ousting former President Muhammed Morsi.

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Female protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Female protesters protected by a male chain demonstrate in Tahrir Square

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Protesters in Tahrir Square show thei...
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Protesters in Tahrir demonstrate to show their love for Egypt after the ousting of President Morsi on July 14, 2013.

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Female protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Women demonstrate peacefully in Tahrir Square and share their feelings of safety with male protestors that are dedicated to their protection.

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Muslims & Christians demonstrate toge...
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Muslim and Christians show they are together as one against President Morsi as they protest in Tahrir Square

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Protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Demonstraters in Tahrir Square continue to protest on July 14, after Mohammed Morsi was ousted as president.

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Anti-Morsi protesters in Tahrir Square
Cairo, Egypt
By Yasmin Al Tellawy
14 Jul 2013

Demonstrations continue in Tahrir Square with Morsi ousted from Presidency.

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Egyptian Protesters Unite in Tahir Sq...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
14 Jul 2013

Protesters from all backgrounds rally in Tahrir square t0 continue celebrating and demonstrating against the ousted President Morsi on July 14, 2013. Christian and Muslim, women and men, gather together as one to dance, sing and chant slogans against the former Egyptian President Muhammed Morsi. With sexual assault prevalent in Tahrir Square, men have also organized groups dedicated in protecting women by forming chains around female protesters. Women who are protected by these men say they feel safer in the demonstrations and will continue to protest and join in the rallies.

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Raw Footage: Muslim Brothers March Fr...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Ali Khaled
06 Jul 2013

5 th June 2013
Muslim Brothers marched from Giza to Maspero, but the Anti-Morsi presence stopped them march on the 6th October bridge. The army arrived after Pro-Morsi demonstrators tried to go to Maspero and clashes broke out in Tahrir SQ.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (9 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (8 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate with security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (2 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds cheer on the passing of a military helicopter in Tahrir Square shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (1 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds cheer on the passing of a military helicopter in Tahrir Square shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (3 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds converge on Tahrir Square shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (14 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the passing of a military convoy shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power has expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (13 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the passing of a military convoy shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power has expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (12 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power has expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (10 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power has expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (7 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (6 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (5 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate the arrival of security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 3 (4 of 14)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
04 Jul 2013

Crowds in Giza marching to Tahrir Square celebrate and pose with recently arrived security forces shortly after the Egyptian military's 48-hour ultimatum for President M0hammed Morsi to share power expired on July 3, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (17 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi elements pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for his ouster on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (16 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for his ouster 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 (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 (2 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 (1 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

A man sporting a t-shirt of the "Tamarud," or "rebel" anti-Morsi protest organizers flashes victory signs at a rally in Tahrir Square on the evening of 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.