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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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Ultras Ahlawy protest arrest of its m...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
16 Mar 2013

Hundreds of fans of Ahly football club, known as the Ultras Ahlawy, are staging a protest outside the office of general prosecutor Talaat Ibrahim at the High Court building in central Cairo on Saturday, March 16, calling for the release of members of the group who were detained in the Delta governorate of Menoufiya.

The large group chanted against the interior ministry and lit fire-works. In addition, Ultras members are staging a protest in front of the deportation prison in Menoufiya, calling for the same demands.

Thirty-eight members of the Ultras Ahlawy were arrested in Menoufiya, Wednesday for attempting to storm the Shibin al-Kom courthouse to free a colleague remanded into custody for 15 days.

The group had gathered at the court to protest against the detention of one of their members, who was arrested in front of the governorate's security directorate the previous week on charges of rioting and attempting to storm the directorate.

However, clashes broke out with the security forces as the Ultras threw rocks and fire-works at the court and the police responded by firing tear-gas to disperse the crowds.

The group announced on their official Facebook page on Friday that they would be marching to the prosecutor-general's office at the High Court building in Cairo to demand the releasing of the 38 Ultras.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 16, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 16, 2013
Length: 00:01:16
Video Size: 63.1 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Tilt down shot of protestors of Ultras Ahlawy outside the High Court building in central Cairo
2. Various shots of Ultras Ahlawy members shouting statements against the Interior Ministry and the public prosecutor Talaat Ibrahim
3. Pan left shot of people around the High Court building downtown Cairo
4. Medium shot of a banner raised by members of Ultras Ahlawy reading “We will Never forget 47” in reference to the members of Ultras Ahlawy killed in Port Said
5. Various shots of Ultras Ahlawy shouting statements and lit fire-works
6. Various shots of Ultras Ahlawy shouting statements against the Interior Ministry
7. Various shots of the protest downtown Cairo

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Thousands attend funeral of Egyptians...
Port Said, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
04 Mar 2013

Thousands of residents of the Suez Canal city of Port Said in eastern Egypt rallied Monday, March 4, in a funeral procession for two men killed during clashes with security forces the day before.
Mourners gathered outside a city mosque and performed prayers for the dead Monday. They then began processions carrying the coffins one after another to the cemetery, chanting, "The martyr is the beloved of God".
Mourners chanted against the interior ministry as well as the Muslim Brotherhood, the group from which President Mohamed Morsi hails.
Port Said was revisited by violence on Saturday but the clashes in the city between protesters and police turned deadly on Sunday after 39 defendants in the Port Said Trial were transferred out of Port Said on Sunday morning.
Police fired intense rounds of teargas throughout the day at demonstrators who opposed an interior ministry decision to transfer 39 prisoners from Port Said to Wadi Natroun prison in Beheira governorate, on the other side of the Nile Delta.
Keeping the defendants in Port Said is a popular demand among the city’s residents.
The prisoners are detained on charges related to the violence at Port Said stadium in February 2012, when over 70 Ahly football club fans were killed.
Sunday's clashes also led to the death of another civilian and two police conscripts, according to the health ministry. Over 400 were injured, according to ministry sources.
This comes ahead of the expected second phase of the Port Said trial scheduled for 9 March, where the 52 remaining defendants out of the total 73 will be issued verdicts. Twenty-one defendants were issued with death sentences in the first set of verdicts.
Thousands of Port Said residents have been conducting a campaign of civil disobedience during the past two weeks to protest marginalization policies at the hands of the central government and to demand justice for those killed in recent clashes.
Several media outlets gave conflicting reports of police and army soldiers exchanging fire at the end of the tense day. Egyptian armed forces official Spokesperson Colonel Ahmed Ali denied the reports on social networks.
Military police deployed to secure the gathering. Many people have responded to a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of the state.

STORY: Thousands attend funeral of Egyptians killed in Port Said clashes

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 4, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 4, 2013
Length: 0:01:41
Video Size: 83.4 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Zoom out shot of mourners of Port Said victims shouting against the Interior Ministry
  2. Pan left shot of mourners carrying coffin of one of Egyptians killed in clashes with security forces at Port Said yesterday and shouting "the martyr is the beloved of God"
  3. Various shots of mourners chanting, "the martyr is the beloved of God" and other statements against Morsi
  4. Various shots of mourners during the funeral of civilians killed in clashes
  5. Close up shot of a woman wearing black clothes and standing in the funeral of the victims
  6. Various shots of women participating in the funeral of the victims and saying statements against President Morsi
  7. Medium shot of a veiled woman saying to President Morsi “If you know how to read, so you have to read the history of Port Said, the city of resistance.
  8. Various shots of mourners walking in the funeral of the victims including army officials with Quran is hearing in the background
  9. Various shots of mourners in the funeral along with army vehicles walking in the funeral
  10. Tilt down shot of the paper distributed to people in Port Said by a popular campaign to collect signatures to delegate the army with managing the affairs of Port Said
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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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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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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

A pro-government demonstrator holds Jordan's flag in front of a photo of King Abdullah II in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman on November 14 in the early morning. Hours before, protestors tried to tear down this photo before being blocked by riot police. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, stood in front of riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime as they waved flags, signs and burned paper bags.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors gathered at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan, spurred by the rise of fuel prices country-wide. Hundreds of riot police surrounded the demonstrators, even from bridges above, who called for, among other things, the fall of the regime.

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PROTEST AT THE INTERIOR MINISTRY- AMMAN
Amman, Jordan
By Mais Istanbuli
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors gathered to protest the rise of fuel prices in Jordan at the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. People pulled down tree branches to start fires in the surrounding area outside the circle to ward off the cold.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
14 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, thousands of protestors, including some families, gathered at Interior Ministry Circle in Amman, Jordan to protest the rise in fuel prices. Dozens of fires were started to ward off the cold, and despite the unrest, there was a festive air at the demonstration. These men were singing and dancing as the protestors chanted nearby.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, stood in front of riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Protest at Interior Ministry Circle i...
Amman, Jordan
By Melissa Tabeek
13 Nov 2012

On November 14 in the early morning, protestors who were spurred to gather by the rise of fuel prices in Jordan, move to face off against riot police in the Interior Ministry Circle in Amman. Two hours before, demonstrators had attempted to tear down this photo of King Abdullah before they were blocked. Hundreds of police numbered among the thousands of protestors that called for freedom, democracy, and even chanted for the fall of the regime.

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Bahrain Darkness Gangs
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Jul 2012

Mr. Hadi Al-Mousawi

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Bahrain Darkness Gangs 2
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Jul 2012

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Bahrain Darkness Gangs 3
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Jul 2012

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Bahrain Darkness Gangs 4
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Jul 2012

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Umm Mohammed - Darkness Gangs
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
30 Jul 2012

Umm Mohammed

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Al Wefaq Council 1
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
26 Jul 2012

Al Wefaq Council

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Al Wefaq Council 2
Manama, Bahrain
By Media Made by Bahraini People
26 Jul 2012

Al Wefaq Council

Bahraini opposition continues to uncover facts about the raids in the "Khafafish al Zalam" campaign saying that the number of raids continues to increase significantly and that the Interior Ministry continues investigating the ongoing violations. Sayed Hadi al Mousawi, head of Al Wefaq's Department of Human Rights and Civil Liberties, said at a press conference last Thursday, July 26, that there is a rise in the number of homes being raided, increasing from 270 in June to 311 in a short period.

Mr. Al Mousawi invited the Interior Minister to open an investigation into the abuses in response to citizen outrage. He said investigations should be directed at an assault incident in Cakhurh, west of the capital, where circumstances were still uncertain despite reports and video footage of brutal torture, beatings, and people held captive on rooftops.

For its part, the Interior Ministry issued a statement published by state news saying that in light of allegations of excess security, it is in the interest of the ministry to remain transparent and accountable in dealing with human rights abuses and to take all allegations seriously in order to maintain the reputation of the institution and the sincere efforts made by public security.

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Muslim Brotherhood Dissident Aboul-Fo...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
29 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 29, 2012

Muslim Brotherhood dissident member and Presidential hopeful Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh held a press conference on Thursday, March 29, outside the headquarters of the Supreme Commission for Presidential Elections after he officially submitted his candidacy papers with about 40,000 signatures of supporters who gave him power-of-attorney to run for the post.

The motto of Aboul-Fotouh's presidential campaign is “Egypt, the Dignity”.
Aboul-Fotouh, who was dismissed from the Muslim Brotherhood for his announcement of running for president, said that Egypt would never be ruled by a pharaoh again, referring to former president Hosni Mubarak's longtime rule.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Presidential Candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh:
"We do not say mere theoretical words. Our statements are based on experts and specialists, because Egypt will not be governed by a president who claims understanding of everything anymore. The role of Egypt's coming president will be mainly the preservation of national independency and the respect of specialists and experts in their fields, protecting them and pushing them for the service of this nation."

Aboul-Fotouh said that he would do his best to make Egypt a strong and free country, raise the people's standard of living and get the rights of revolution martyrs.

He warned against electoral fraud and vote buying in the upcoming presidential elections, scheduled for May 23 and 24, to ensure the new president reflects the free will of the people after January 25 Revolution.

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Presidential Candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh:
"Election of a new president is a national project that represents a crossroads for Egypt. The enemies of this revolution want to tamper with this project and trade with political money to buy the will of Egyptians. However, the dignity of Egyptians rejects selling their will for money."

Aboul-Fotouh, noted that his presidential program depends mainly on two parts which are education and medical care as it is the right of all Egyptians to enjoy proper education and healthcare, promising to work hard, if elected, to resolve the issue of unemployment from 15% to 6%.

He also touched on the security issue, saying that it is his main priorities to reform the Interior Ministry and to restore security.

Aboul-Fotouh, 61, a former Muslim Brotherhood Guidance Bureau member, was recently expelled from the Islamist group because of running for presidential elections as the group has committed to not fielding a candidate for the presidency and has forbidden its members from running independently.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 29, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: March 29, 2012
Length: 0:02:05
Video Size: 103 MB
Language: Arabic
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Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

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1- Wide shot of the headquarters of High Judicial Elections Commission, people gathering in the outside
2- Various shots of supporters of presidential hopeful Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh raising posters for him
3- Various shots of Aboul-Fotouh speaking to reporters amid presence of his supporters
4- Various shots of the supporting campaign for Aboul-Fotouh
5- Various shots of supporters of Aboul-Fotouh
6- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Presidential Candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh:
"We do not say mere theoretical words. Our statements are based on experts and specialists, because Egypt will not be governed by a president who claims understanding of everything anymore. The role of Egypt's coming president will be mainly the preservation of national independency and the respect of specialists and experts in their fields, protecting them and pushing them for the service of this nation." 7- Various shots of supporters of Aboul-Fotouh , gathering and raising posters for him
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9- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Presidential Candidate Abdel Moneim Aboul-Fotouh:
"Election of a new president is a national project that represents a crossroads for Egypt. The enemies of this revolution want to tamper with this project and trade with political money to buy the will of Egyptians. However, the dignity of Egyptians rejects selling their will for money."
10- Various shots of supporters of Aboul-Fotouh

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Clashes following the Port Said disaster
Cairo, Egypt
By z_zoom77
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 3, 2012
Clashes between protesters and the police near the Interior Ministry in Cairo, following the Port Said Stadium disaster that left 74 people dead, on February 1, 2012.

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Clashes following the Port Said disaster
Cairo, Egypt
By z_zoom77
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 3, 2012
Clashes between protesters and the police near the Interior Ministry in Cairo, following the Port Said Stadium disaster that left 74 people dead, on February 1, 2012.

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Clashes following the Port Said disaster
Cairo, Egypt
By z_zoom77
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 3, 2012
Clashes between protesters and the police near the Interior Ministry in Cairo, following the Port Said Stadium disaster that left 74 people dead, on February 1, 2012.

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Clashes following the Port Said disaster
Cairo, Egypt
By z_zoom77
03 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 3, 2012
Clashes between protesters and the police near the Interior Ministry in Cairo, following the Port Said Stadium disaster that left 74 people dead, on February 1, 2012.

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Cairo Clashes With Tear Gas After Soc...
Cairo, Egypt
By Maher
02 Feb 2012

Cairo: February 2nd, 2012
Hundreds run after after police fire tear gas on protesters to keep them back as they approached the Interior Ministry.

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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

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

A protester kneels with his arms raised towards the military amidst clashes. Hundreds of protesters threw stones at security forces that have sealed off the streets around parliament buildings.
The violence erupted after soldiers stormed an anti-military protest camp outside the Cabinet building near Tahrir Square. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

A charge from behind their barricade by the military and security personnel causes a stampede by the hundreds of protesters gathered at the Cabinate Offices on the third day of clashes. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

A charge from behind their barricade by the military and security personnel causes a stampede by the hundreds of protesters gathered at the Cabinate Offices on the third day of clashes. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

Protester carries an injured man during clashes with military and security personnel. At least 10 protesters are believed to have been killed with hundreds wounded in the three days of violence which began outside the Cabinate Offices in central Cairo. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

A protester uses a shield to take cover from flying rocks during clashes with the military. The protesters are demanding that the nation's ruling military immediately step down. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

Military officers located on the top of the Cabinet Office and People’s Assembly buildings started to throw rocks and marble bricks, resulting in many injuries and deaths among the protesters. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

A protester looks on as rocks and debris are thrown between protesters security forces from the surrounding buildings. The protesters are demanding that the nation's ruling military immediately step down. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

Protesters carry an injured man during clashes with military and security personnel. At least 10 protesters are believed to have been killed with hundreds wounded in the three days of violence which began outside the Cabinate Offices in central Cairo. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

Protesters throw rocks at the military on the third day of what has come to be known as the Cabinate Office clashes. The Muslim Brotherhood said that it blamed the generals for the continuing violence outside the Parliament building. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011

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

A protester runs for cover as molotov cocktails are thrown between protesters security forces from the surrounding buildings. Al-Qasr Al-Aini Street, Cairo, Egypt. 18/12/2011