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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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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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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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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
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SHOTLIST:
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 Police Firing Tear Gas
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By elmasdr
11 Apr 2013

Egyptian police officers prepare to shoot tear gas into a crowd of peaceful protesters demonstrating against President Morsi.

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

Egyptian demonstrators chanting against President Morsi

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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 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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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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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.