Τετάρτη, 3 Ιουλίου 2013

Army's Ultimatum 3-7-13: Massive Protests Rock Egypt’s Tahrir Square live. (Live Stream 3 SOURCES)


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Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians continue to protest in Cairo’s Tahrir Square today as a military deadline for the the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood’s President Mohammed Morsi approaches. Violent clashes between Morsi’s Islamist loyalists and their opposition have been reported with Egyptian officials reporting at least 18 deaths and more than 300 injuries at a pro-Morsi rally near Cairo University. 
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  1. Egypt awaits army statement after deadline passes.....

    Egyptians are awaiting a televised statement on the political crisis, after a deadline set by the army for a resolution to the turmoil passed.

    President Mohammed Morsi has repeated his offer of a consensus government, but still refuses to step down.

    A spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, to which Mr Morsi belongs, tweeted that a "full military coup" was under way.

    Armoured vehicles have been seen moving through the streets.

    There are also reports that Egyptian officials have placed an international travel ban on Mr Morsi and other senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood.

    When the deadline set by the army passed, cheers echoed in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where tens of thousands of protesters had gathered.

    The army had earlier held meetings with political and religious leaders to discuss the crisis.

    But the ruling Freedom and Justice party - the political arm of Mr Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood - stayed away from these talks.......http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23157801
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  2. Directo | Morsi ofrece un Gobierno de unidad nacional....

    Los egipcios viven en vilo estas horas pendientes de la decisión del Ejército
    Las Fuerzas Armadas amenazan con intervenir si Morsi no llega a un acuerdo con la oposición.....http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2013/07/03/actualidad/1372857770_188622.html
    3/7/13

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  3. Presidente egipcio Mohamed Mursi se encontraría arrestado en su casa....

    Además, los militares obligaron a los trabajadores a abandonar el edificio donde se encuentra la estatal de televisión. Previamente, el presidente del país, Mohamed Mursi, pidió a los militares a no tomar parte en el conflicto interno.......http://www.telesurtv.net/articulos/2013/07/03/ejercito-egipcio-tomo-control-del-edificio-de-la-television-estatal-6605.html
    3/7/13

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  4. Αίγυπτος: εκρηκτική η ατμόσφαιρα ....

    Ο στρατός της Αιγύπτου αύξησε τον έλεγχό της σε κτίρια στα οποία στεγάζονται βασικοί θεσμοί της χώρας. Τοποθέτησε στρατιωτικούς στα στούντιο της κρατικής τηλεόρασης προετοιμάζοντας τις κινήσεις οι οποίες σκοπό έχουν την ανατροπή του προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι εφόσον έληξε το τελεσίγραφο που του είχαν δώσει. Ο ίδιος ο πρόεδρος λίγο πριν εκπνεύσει η 48ωρη προθεσμία (στις 16.30 σήμερα το απόγευμα) είπε πως δεν θα παραιτηθεί υποκύπτοντας στις πιέσεις των εκατομμυρίων διαδηλωτών που έχουν κατακλύσει τους δρόμους της χώρας στη μεγαλύτερη αντικυβερνητική αντίδραση των τελευταίων 2,5 χρόνων. Όπως μάλιστα αναφέρουν οι ανταποκριτές είναι δυνατό οι διαδηλώσεις αυτές να είναι μεγαλύτερες από εκείνες που ανέτρεψαν τον Φεβρουάριο του 2011 τον Χόσνι Μουμπάρακ. Επίσης, αυτή είναι η δεύτερη φορά που ο ισχυρός στρατός, ο οποίος θεωρείται ο μεγαλύτερος μουσουλμανικής χώρας στην Αφρική, καλείται να παίξει καθοριστικό ρόλο στην ανατροπή του ηγέτη της χώρας. Τούτη τη φορά όμως αυτό συμβαίνει εις βάρος ενός νόμιμα και δημορκατικά εκλεγμένου ηγέτη γεγονός που πυροδοτεί περισσότερο την κατάσταση.

    Αξίζει να αναφερθεί ότι ο Μόρσι, ο οποίος στηρίζεται από τη Μουσουλμανική Αδελφότητα, πρότεινε να ακούσει όλες τις απόψεις και διάλογο στην αντιπολίτευση παραμένοντας ωστόσο στην εξουσία. Λίγο μετά την εκπνοή του τελεσιγράφου ένα στρατιωτικό ελικόπτερο πέταξε πάνω από το συγκεντρωμένο πλήθος της Πλατείας Ταχρίρ το οποίο φώναζε στο Μόρσι “φύγε, φύγε”. Οι σύμμαχοι του Μόρσι επιμένουν πως ο στρατός πραγματοποιεί πραξικόπημα. Οι στρατιωτικοί επιμένουν πως επεμβαίνουν με τη θέληηση του λαού και με σκοπό να ανοίξουν το δρόμο για μια νέα ηγεσία. Ο Μόρσι συμπλήρωσε την προηγούμενη εβδομάδα ένα χρόνο στην προεδρία της Αιγύπτου και του προσάπτουν πως ήθελε να ισλαμοποιήσει τη χώρα ακολουθώντας τις προσταγές της Μουσουλμανικής Αδελφότητας.

    Πέραν των αντιπάλων του Μόρσι στους δρόμους του Καΐρου καθώς και άλλων πόλεων και για τέταρτη συνεχόμενη ημέρα βρίσκονται και υποστηρικτές του γεγονός που κάνει εκρηκτική την ατμόσφαιρα.
    http://www.agelioforos.gr/default.asp?pid=7&ct=1&artid=182570
    3/7/13

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  5. Αίγυπτος: η απαγόρευση εξόδου επιβεβαιώνεται από πηγές του αεροδρομίου ....

    Το Αλ Τζαζίρα μετέδωσε πριν λίγο πως τανκς κατευθύνονται προς τους υποστηρικτές του Μόρσι οι οποίοι βρίσκονται στο πανεπιστήμιομ του Καΐρου και την πόλη Νάσρι. Επίσης, υπάρχουν φήμες που θέλουν τον Μόρσι να έχει ήδη συλληφθεί.

    Πάντως αξιωματούχοι του αεροδρομίου δήλωσαν πως έχει ήδη τεθεί σε εφαρμογή ταξιδιωτική απαγόρευση για τον Μόρσι και για τον ηγέτη της Μουσουλμανικής Αδελφότητας Μοχάμεντ Μπάντιε και τον αντιπρόεδρό του Χαΐράτ ελ Σατέρ. Ο λόγος είναι πως το 2011 ο Μόρσι μαζί με άλλους 30 αξιωματούχους της παράνομης υπό το καθεστώς Μουμπάρακ οργάνωση είχαν δραπετεύσει από τη φυλακή.
    http://www.agelioforos.gr/default.asp?pid=7&ct=1&artid=182572
    3/7/13

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  6. Egyptian president isolated, not under house arrest....

    Morsi was claimed to be with a number of his advisers in the Republican Guards building
    CAIRO (AA) – A source close to Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi told Anadolu Agency that the president was isolated, not under house arrest.

    “Morsi is effectively isolated, though he is with a number of his advisers in the Republican Guards building,” the source said, adding that the president has not been told about future steps.

    “He is in isolation. He has neither received any call from any state institution nor met any official, including Premier Hisham Qandil.”

    President Morsi moved from his presidential palace in Heliopolis to the Republican Guards headquarters a day before massive protests demanding his resignation on June 30.

    Morsi, who was elected last year, had rejected an army ultimatum for his administration and the opposition to solve political differences.

    The deadline has expired and people are holding their breath, waiting for what the army would do, and the reaction of millions of supporters and opponents of Morsi now in the streets across the country.

    At least 37 people have been killed in deadly battles between both sides since June 23.

    Morsi’s adviser for foreign relations earlier today described the current developments in Egypt as a military coup.
    http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/200213
    3/7/13

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  7. En Egypte, "ce n'est pas encore un coup d'Etat, mais cela y ressemble de plus en plus"....

    Après l'expiration de l'ultimatum fixé par l'armée à Mohamed Morsi, la tension est encore montée d'un cran mercredi soir en Egypte, où une foule toujours plus dense se masse sur la place Tahrir du Caire pour demander le départ du président. Christophe Ayad, journaliste au Monde, analyse les derniers développements de la crise égyptienne

    Comment cette interdiction de quitter le territoire émise contre Mohamed Morsi et plusieurs responsables des Frères Musulmans s'explique-t-elle ?

    L'interdiction de voyager décrétée contre les principaux dirigeants des Frères musulmans, dont le guide suprême, Mohamed Badie, son numéro 2, Khaïrat Al-Chater, et le président Morsi, semble justifiée par l'armée par une affaire d'évasion de prison remontant à 2011........http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2013/07/03/en-egypte-ce-n-est-pas-encore-un-coup-d-etat-mais-cela-y-ressemble-de-plus-en-plus_3441453_3212.html#xtor=RSS-3208
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  8. Egypt newspaper: Army tells Morsi he's no longer president ....

    CAIRO - Egypt's state-run Al-Ahram newspaper reported on its website that the army told President Mohamed Morsi at 7 p.m. (1700 GMT) that he was no longer head of state. It quoted a presidential source.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Egypt-newspaper-Army-tells-Morsi-hes-no-longer-president-318622
    7/3/13

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  9. Egypt army: Meeting with opposition over, statement soon ....

    CAIRO - A meeting between the head of the Egyptian armed forces, liberal opposition leaders and senior Muslim and Christian clerics, has ended and a statement will be issued within the hour, the armed forces said in a statement on Facebook on Wednesday.

    Earlier, state news agency MENA said they would jointly announce a new roadmap for a short period of transitional rule to be followed by presidential and parliamentary elections.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Egypt-army-Meeting-with-opposition-over-statement-soon-318615
    3/7/13

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  10. Ägypten: Opposition begrüßt Eingreifen des Militärs....

    03.07.2013 · Nach dem Ablauf des Ultimatums an Präsident Mursi droht in Ägypten Gewalt. Die Armee rückt mit Panzern aus. Ein Berater Mursis spricht von einem „Militärputsch“ gegen die Regierung. Die Muslimbrüder kündigen Widerstand gegen die Entmachtung des Präsidenten an. ....http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/ausland/aegypten-opposition-begruesst-eingreifen-des-militaers-12270126.html
    3/7/13

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  11. Egypt Army Suspends Constitution, Deposes Morsi...

    Egypt's constitution is suspended, and Mohammed Morsi is no longer the president of the country, after an official address by Egypt army chief General Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.

    Al-Sisi gave the address live on TV Wednesday night, and news were greeted by displays of joy at Cairo's Tahrir square and other hotspots of protests accross the country.

    Earlier, there were reports that the army is to unveil a road plan for a road map of transition for the country.

    Mohammed Morsi has issued a counter-statement, calling what is happening a "military coup."

    On his part, Gen Al-Sisi stated that he army could not but heed to the demands of millions of Egyptians who took to the streets to protest against what they see as a wrong pro-Islamist direction in which Morsi is taking the country.

    According to the army's proposal, Constitutional Court president Maher El-Beheiry will act as temporary head of state for Egypt.

    The road map also stipulated that after "a short interim period," new parliamentary and presidential elections are to take place.
    http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=151748
    3/7/13

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  12. Al Jazeera, other TV stations forced off air in Egypt....

    Al Jazeera’s Egyptian broadcast has been taken off the air. Both Reuters and Al Jazeera itself reported that security forces raided Cairo offices and detained at least five staff members.

    Karim El-Assiuti has told Reuters his colleagues at the Al Jazeera Mubasher Misr channel were arrested while working at their studio. The station was prevented from broadcasting from a pro-Morsi rally, and a broadcasting crew was detained.

    Ayman Mohyeldin, a Foreign Correspondent for NBC News, reported via Twitter that security personnel entered the broadcaster's offices overlooking Tahrir square looking for Al Jazeera journalists.
    4/7/13

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  13. Egyptians split between jubilation and rage..

    Celebrations over Morsi’s ouster intermingle with Islamists’ cries of ‘down with military rule’...http://www.timesofisrael.com/egyptians-split-between-jubilation-and-rage/
    4/7/13

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  14. Mursi-Anhänger attackieren Armee – mehrere Tote...

    Nach der Machtübernahme durch das Militär in Ägypten regt sich Widerstand. In der Stadt Marsa Matruh stürmten Anhänger des abgesetzten Präsidenten Mursi den Sitz der Sicherheitskräfte.....

    Bei Zusammenstößen zwischen Anhängern des entmachteten ägyptischen Präsidenten Mohammed Mursi und Mitgliedern der Sicherheitskräfte sind mindestens vier Menschen getötet worden. Mindestens zehn weitere Menschen wurden nach Angaben der Sicherheitskräfte verletzt, als bewaffnete Anhänger Mursis am Mittwoch den Sitz der Sicherheitskräfte in der Stadt Marsa Matruh im Nordwesten des Landes stürmten. Den Angaben zufolge handelte es sich bei den Todesopfern um Mursi-Anhänger......http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article117698086/Mursi-Anhaenger-attackieren-Armee-mehrere-Tote.html
    4/7/13

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  15. Assad: Political Islam in Egypt Fails....

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the massive protests against his Egyptian counterpart brought the fall of "political Islam," in statements posted on Wednesday on his official Facebook page....http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=100330&cid=23&fromval=1
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  16. Al-Assad praises Egyptian military's overthrow of Mohamed Morsi....

    Syria's embattled president Bashar al-Assad July 3 praised Egypt's protests against their leader and said his overthrow by the military means the end of "political Islam."

    Al-Assad who is seeking to crush a revolt against his own rule, said Egyptians have discovered the "lies" of the Muslim Brotherhood......http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/al-assad-praises-egyptian-militarys-overthrow-of-mohamed-morsi.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50001&NewsCatID=352
    4/7/13

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  17. Overnight, Egypt becomes Algeria....

    With Morsi ousted by the military, violence erupts between his supporters and detractors; observers worry Egypt will look like Algeria during the 1990s.....http://www.timesofisrael.com/overnight-egypt-becomes-algeria/
    4/7/13

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  18. Egypt prosecutor orders arrest of top Brotherhood leader ....

    CAIRO - The Egyptian prosecutor's office ordered on Thursday the arrest of the Muslim Brotherhood's top leader, Mohamed Badie, and his deputy, Khairat el-Shater, judicial and army sources said, after the military overthrew President Mohamed Morsi.

    Shater, a wealthy businessman seen as the Brotherhood's top political strategist, was the group's first choice candidate to run in last year's presidential election.

    But he was disqualified from the race due to past convictions, forcing Morsi to take his place.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Egypt-prosecutor-orders-arrest-of-top-Brotherhood-leader-318705
    4/7/13

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  19. Westerwelle nennt Mursis Absetzung "Rückschlag".....

    Der Außenminister fordert die Rückkehr Ägyptens zu einer verfassungsmäßigen Ordnung. Er warnt vor "schwerem Schaden" beim demokratischen Übergang. Deutschland aber sei bereit, zu helfen......http://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article117709063/Westerwelle-nennt-Mursis-Absetzung-Rueckschlag.html
    4/7/13

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  20. Turkey calls for immediate release of Egyptian leaders....

    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said Turkey does not accept arbitrary detentions of elected leaders of Egypt and hope that the military’s move does not overshadow the January 25 Revolution.

    The foreign minister voiced its ‘deep sadness’ over the Egyptian army’s coup that has overthrown the President Mohamed Morsi. “We are all saddened by the course of events. The overthrown of Morsi [President Morsi] is worrisome. It is not acceptable that an elected leader was deposed by an military coup,” Davutoğlu said at a press conference today in Istanbul. The top diplomat also called for a quick return to democracy through elections.

    “All democratic mechanisms should be operated ... The house arrests of Morsi and and jail term for leaders including Prime Minister Hismah Qandil are unacceptable.”......http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-calls-for-immediate-release-of-egyptian-leaders.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50011&NewsCatID=352
    4/7/13

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    1. Turkish FM slams military intervention in Egypt ...

      "Whatever the reason is, it is unacceptable that a democratically elected government was overthrown by illegitimate means, even more, with a military coup," the Turkish foreign minister said in Istanbul on Thursday, Turkish daily Hurriyet reported.

      Ahmet Davutoğlu criticized the military intervention in Egypt, saying that the intervention should not overshadow the democratic gains of the January 25 revolution.

      “Our message is clear: The January 25 revolution was the first big revolution of the 21st century. Protecting the gains of this revolution should be the priority of the Egyptian people. We totally reject the assessments that the ‘Arab Spring’ has turned into an ‘Arab Winter,’ or that Muslims cannot be governed by democracy,” Hurriyet quoted Davutoğlu as saying.-
      http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Turkish-FM-slams-military-intervention-in-Egypt-318763
      4/7/13

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  21. Ο πρόεδρος της Γαλλίας, Φρανσουά Ολάντ κάλεσε να γίνει «ό,τι είναι δυνατόν» για να αποκατασταθεί η δημοκρατική διαδικασία στην Αίγυπτο, την επομένη του πραξικοπήματος του στρατού που ανέτρεψε τον ισλαμιστή πρόεδρο Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι.....

    «Οφείλουμε να πράξουμε το παν προκειμένου (η δημοκρατική διαδικασία) να μπορέσει να επαναληφθεί, στη βάση του πλουραλισμού και της συναίνεσης», επισήμανε ο Ολάντ, ο οποίος επισκέπτεται την Τυνησία, όπου συναντήθηκε τον πρόεδρο της χώρας και συζήτησαν για το ζήτημα της Αιγύπτου.

    Πάντως και ο Ολάντ απέφυγε να αναφερθεί ρητά σε πραξικόπημα, περιοριζόμενος να μιλήσει περί αναστολής της δημοκρατικής διαδικασίας.
    http://www.zougla.gr/kosmos/article/apokatastasi-tis-dimokratikis-diadikasias-stin-egipto
    4/7/13

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  22. Egypt's army announces state of emergency in South Sinai, Suez: Report...

    Egypt's army announced a state of emergency in the provinces of South Sinai and Suez on Friday after Islamist gunmen attacked an airport in the Sinai town of El Arish, state newspaper Al-Ahram reported.

    The report quoted the commander of the Third Field Army Osama Asakar saying that the "state of readiness" had been raised to its highest level in the two provinces due to the attack.

    The attack, the latest of a string of security incidents in the lawless region, came two days after the overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi. It was not clear if the attacks were coordinated and in reaction to his removal.
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/egypts-army-announces-state-of-emergency-in-south-sinai-suez.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50092&NewsCatID=352
    7/5/13

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  23. Un choque entre manifestantes y Ejército deja al menos tres muertos en El Cairo....
    [Los partidarios del expresidente Morsi invaden las calles de la capital]
    [El Ejército, en alerta tras la muerte de un soldado en Sinaí]

    Un tiroteo en El Cairo entre manifestantes a favor del presidente depuesto, Mohamed Morsi, y el Ejército ha dejado al menos tres muertos y varios heridos en la capital egipcia, según las fuerzas de seguridad. La manifestación se producía cerca del cuartel de la Guardia Republicana, la unidad del Ejército egipcio dedicada a la defensa de los principales edificios de la capital y el lugar donde, supuestamente, Morsi está detenido. Un portavoz del Ejército ha afirmado que sus fuerzas únicamente han utilizado gas lacrimógeno y salvas contra los manifestantes.......http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2013/07/05/actualidad/1373006784_382198.html
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  24. Was Washington behind Egypt’s coup d’etat? ....

    The overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian Armed forces was not carried out against US interests, it was instigated to ensure “continuity” on behalf of Washington.

    “[US Defense Secretary] Hagel and [US Chief of Staff General] Dempsey were walking a fine line … expressing concern while attempting to avoid the impression that the U.S. was manipulating events behind the scenes.” (Military.com, July 3, 2013)

    The protest movement is directed against the US and its proxy Muslim Brotherhood regime.

    The Muslim Brotherhood had been spearheaded into the government with the support of Washington as a “replacement” rather than an “alternative” to Hosni Mubarak, who had faithfully obeyed the orders of the Washington Consensus from the outset of his presidency.

    While the Armed Forces have cracked down on the Muslim Brotherhood, the Coup d’Etat is ultimately intended to manipulate the protest movement and prevent the accession of a “real people’s government”. The overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi by the Egyptian Armed forces was not carried out against US interests, it was instigated to ensure “continuity” on behalf of Washington.

    “Demonstrators carried hand-made posters denouncing Obama and his pro-Muslim Brotherhood Cairo Ambassador, Anne Patterson.” (F. William Engdahl, Global Research, July 4, 2013).

    The Muslim Brotherhood and the CIA

    Western intelligence agencies have a longstanding history of collaboration with the Brotherhood. Britain’s support of the Brotherhood instrumented through the British Secret Service dates back to the 1940s. Starting in the 1950s, according to former intelligence official William Baer, “The CIA [funneled] support to the Muslim Brotherhood because of “the Brotherhood’s commendable capability to overthrow Nasser.”1954-1970: CIA and the Muslim Brotherhood Ally to Oppose Egyptian President Nasser,

    These covert links to the CIA were maintained throughout the government of Hosni Mubarak.

    From the outset of the “Arab Spring”, the Obama administration’s objective was to undermine secular governments in the Middle East and North Africa and install a model “Islamic State”, which would serve US geopolitical and corporate interests. .....http://rt.com/op-edge/us-egypt-muslim-brotherhood-704/
    5/7/13

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  25. Egypt army opens fire on pro-Morsi protesters...

    At least three supporters of deposed President Morsi killed, as crowd marches on barracks where ousted leader is held....

    At least three supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi were killed by gunfire as a crowd of several hundred tried to march towards the military barracks in Cairo where he is believed to be held.

    Al Jazeera's Matthew Cassel, reporting from near the military barracks, said several dozen people were also injured by shotgun pellets fired by the army.

    "One protester broke away from the rally to stick a pro-Morsi poster on the barbed-wire around the barracks. He was shot in the head with birdshot," he said.

    Security forces were cordoning the Republican Guard barracks but it was not immediately clear who had opened fire.

    An army spokesman denied that troops opened fire on supporters, saying that soldiers were using only blank rounds and teargas. It was unclear whether security forces other than the army were present.

    The interior ministry also denied that people were killed in the clashes outside the Republican Guards club.....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/20137542647286931.html

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    1. Αίγυπτος: Διαψεύδει ο στρατός ότι άνοιξε πυρ εναντίον των διαδηλωτών...

      Ο αιγυπτιακός στρατός δεν άνοιξε πυρ εναντίον των διαδηλωτών που υποστηρίζουν τον ανατραπέντα πρόεδρο Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι σήμερα, δήλωσε ένας εκπρόσωπος των ένοπλων δυνάμεων λίγη ώρα αφού πηγές των υπηρεσιών ασφαλείας και δημοσιογράφοι ανέφεραν πως τουλάχιστον τρεις διαδηλωτές σκοτώθηκαν κατά την διάρκεια μιας πορείας κοντά στο χώρο όπου κρατείται ο Μόρσι.

      Ο εκπρόσωπος είπε πως οι στρατιώτες χρησιμοποίησαν μόνο άσφαιρα και δακρυγόνα για να απωθήσουν τους διαδηλωτές κοντά στο χώρο της προεδρίας της Αιγύπτου.....http://www.capital.gr/NewsTheme.asp?id=1830191
      5/7/13

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    2. Un choque entre manifestantes y Ejército deja al menos cinco muertos en El Cairo....

      1. Los partidarios del expresidente Morsi invaden las calles de la capital
      2. El Ejército, en alerta tras la muerte de un soldado en Sinaí
      Mansur disuelve el Parlamento y nombra a un nuevo jefe de inteligencia

      Un tiroteo en El Cairo entre manifestantes a favor del presidente depuesto, Mohamed Morsi, y el Ejército ha dejado al menos cinco muertos y varios heridos en la capital egipcia, según las fuerzas de seguridad. El Ejército ha disparado contra la gente y ha utilizado gas lacrimógeno para disolver la concentración. La marcha se producía cerca del cuartel de la Guardia Republicana, lugar donde está detenido Morsi. La Guardia Republicana es la unidad del Ejército egipcio dedicada a la defensa de los principales edificios de la capital......http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2013/07/05/actualidad/1373006784_382198.html
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    3. Exchange of gunfire, clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi protesters in Cairo - reports...

      Reports of an exchange of gunfire and clashes between pro-Morsi and anti-Morsi protesters near Tahrir Square are emerging from Cairo....http://rt.com/news/clashes-cairo-protesters-gunfire-713/
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    4. Egypt Brotherhood leader Badie demands Morsi be reinstated ....

      CAIRO - The leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Badie, told a protest rally on Friday that he was ready to reach an understanding with the armed forces - but only after the movement's Mohamed Morsi was reinstated as president.

      As a military helicopter hovered low over the crowd, Badie called on the army not to fire on its own people and said that demonstrations were stronger than tanks.

      "Our bear chests are stronger than bullets," he said.

      He had earlier called for mass rallies to continue until the Brotherhood could carry Morsi "on our shoulders". The ousted president has been in military custody since his overthrow on Wednesday.
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    5. Egyptian troops reportedly open fire on Morsi supporters as thousands protest....

      Egyptian troops reportedly opened fire Friday on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi outside the Republican Guard headquarters, where he was believed held, but there were conflicting reports on casualties.

      The Associated Press, which had a photographer at the scene, said at least one protester was killed.

      Citing security sources, Reuters reported security forces fatally shot three demonstrators.

      But an army spokesman denied Egyptian troops shot at Morsi supporters, saying soldiers fired only blanks and teargas into the crowd. It was not immediately clear if other security forces could have been present and firing some kind of ammunition.

      A Reuters journalist reported hearing shotgun fire and seeing at least eight demonstrators wounded by shotgun pellets.

      BBC reporter Jeremy Bowen who was also at the scene says he saw soldiers fire on the protesters Friday. Bowen reports that as more protesters gathered and anger increased, they pushed forward and troops opened fire - first into the air, then at the crowd.

      One man fell to the ground with blood on his clothes, said Bowen, who was himself lightly wounded in the head by shotgun pellets.

      Three people were killed and 69 wounded in the shooting, the head of Cairo's emergency services said, according to the BBC.

      Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Islamist supporters of Morsi shouted “down with military rule” in protests around the country Friday, expressing their anger at the military for removing Morsi, and vowing to restore him to office.

      Crowds of protesters filled much of a wide street outside a Cairo mosque, committing to remain in place until the Islamist leader-- Egypt's first freely elected president-- was returned to his position.

      At a main rally of Morsi supporters Friday, the top leader of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood—apparently released from detention-- delivered a speech, vowing to "gain our rights."

      Security forces had taken Mohammed Badie, the Brotherhood's general guide, into custody soon after the military ousted Morsi, who hails from the Brotherhood.

      "Free revolutionaries, we will continue the path," he said to the crowd.......http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/07/05/egyptian-islamists-to-protest-morsi-removal-amid-reports-violence-arrests/#ixzz2YCLDnhnP
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  26. 30 dead in clashes across Egypt as Morsi's supporters push back....

    Fighting in Cairo eases after Egyptian military deploys armored vehicles; Muslim Brotherhood proclaims supporters won't stop street action until ousted president is reinstated.....

    Enraged Islamists pushed back Friday against the toppling of President Mohammed Morsi, as tens of thousands of his supporters took to the streets vowing to win his reinstatement and clashed with their opponents in violence that killed 30 and drove the divided nation toward an increasingly dangerous showdown.

    In a battle on a bridge over the Nile River in Cairo, gunfire rang out and flames leaped from a burning car as the rival camps threw volleys of stones and fireworks at each other. Military armored vehicles raced across the bridge in a counterattack on Morsi's supporters.

    The clashes accelerated after the supreme leader of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood defiantly proclaimed that his followers would not give up street action until the return of the country's first freely elected president, swept out of power days earlier by the military. Morsi opponents called out the public to defend against the Brotherhood, deepening the battle lines.

    In scenes of mayhem, troops opened fire on peaceful pro-Morsi protesters. Islamists threw one opponent off a rooftop......http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/30-dead-in-clashes-across-egypt-as-morsi-s-supporters-push-back-1.534107?localLinksEnabled=false
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  27. Ägypten nach Mursi... Ministerium meldet 17 Tote...

    Im Zentrum von Kairo prallen Befürworter und Gegner des Ex-Präsidenten Mursi aufeinander, Pflastersteine fliegen. Zuvor hatte der Anführer der Muslimbrüder seine Leute zum Widerstand aufgefordert. .....http://www.fr-online.de/aegypten-syrien-revolution/aegypten-nach-mursi--ministerium-meldet-17-tote-,7151782,23613254.html
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  28. Egypte : 25 morts vendredi, nouvelles manifestations en vue...

    Partisans et adversaires du président déchu Mohammed Morsi se sont affrontés tout au long de la journée d'hier. Les Frères Musulmans entendent rester «dans les rues par millions».
    Par AFP

    Les islamistes ont appelé tôt samedi à de nouvelles manifestations «pacifiques» en soutien au président Mohamed Morsi renversé par l’armée, au lendemain d’une journée de violences en Egypte au cours de laquelle 25 personnes ont péri, dont 19 en marge de manifestations. Alors que la tension est extrême entre pro et anti-Morsi, cinq policiers et un soldat ont été tués dans la péninsule du Sinaï (nord), dans des attaques de militants islamistes qui n’ont pas été revendiquées. Dans la nuit, des islamistes ont attaqué le gouvernorat du Nord-Sinaï et y ont hissé leur drapeau.

    Galvanisés par leur Guide suprême Mohamed Badie, les partisans de l’ex-chef d’Etat islamiste ont multiplié les manifestations vendredi. Devant le siège de la Garde républicaine, ils ont tenté d’accrocher la photo de M. Morsi sur les fils barbelés qui entourent le bâtiment proche du palais présidentiel, bravant les avertissements des forces de l’ordre. Quatre de leurs militants sont morts, de source officielle, dans les échanges de tirs qui ont suivi et déclenché des scènes de panique. Une partie des islamistes est restée sur place pour un sit-in illimité devant le bâtiment militaire......http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2013/07/06/egypte-25-morts-dans-des-violences-nouvelles-manifestations-en-vue_916419?xtor=rss-450
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  29. Turquía niega que el depuesto presidente egipcio haya solicitado asilo...

    El primer ministro de Turquía, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, señaló que no ha recibido ninguna oferta de El Cairo de que el depuesto presidente Mursi haya solicitado asilo en su país.....http://www.telesurtv.net/articulos/2013/07/05/turquia-niega-que-el-depuesto-presidente-egipcio-haya-solicitado-asilo-7936.html
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  30. La destitution de Morsi "n'est pas un coup d'Etat"....

    Le nassérien Hamdin Sabahi, arrivé en troisième position à l'élection présidentielle de juin 2012, est l'un des chefs de file du camp anti-Morsi.

    La destitution de M. Morsi était censée sortir le pays d'une grave crise politique. Quarante-huit heures plus tard, elle semble plus aiguë que jamais.

    Le peuple égyptien a clarifié sa position le 30 juin . Il a chassé Morsi, qui est fini. Il veut approfondir les acquis de la révolution du 25 janvier 2011 pour construire une véritable démocratie, bénéfique à tout le monde. Les auteurs des violences actuelles sont des pro-Morsi, qui veulent plonger le pays dans la guerre civile. Avec l'aide de Dieu, nous les en empêcherons et nous relancerons la révolution.

    Est-il possible de bâtir une démocratie sur un coup d'Etat ?

    Le 3 juillet n'est pas un coup d'Etat. Ce n'est pas parce qu'un chef d'Etat a été élu que le peuple n'a pas le droit de le juger. Nous avons respecté le résultat des élections. Mais Morsi a détourné le processus démocratique pour mettre sur pied une nouvelle dictature. On l'a bien vu en novembre lorsqu'il s'est attribué des pouvoirs extraordinaires par décret. Très vite, nous sommes arrivés au point où une majorité de la population a estimé qu'il bafouait sa volonté ainsi que les valeurs de la révolution. C'est pour cela que nous avons décidé d'appeler à des élections anticipées.

    A plusieurs reprises, M. Morsi a proposé à l'opposition d'entrer au gouvernement et à chaque fois, elle a refusé...

    C'est exact à une précision près : Morsi ne nous a jamais traités comme de véritables partenaires. Il nous a proposé deux ou trois sièges de ministres, pas plus. Sa conception de la démocratie est décorative. Jamais il n'a cherché à ouvrir un dialogue sur des sujets critiques, comme la justice sociale ou la relance économique.....http://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2013/07/06/la-destitution-de-morsi-n-est-pas-un-coup-d-etat_3443523_3210.html#ens_id=1538049&xtor=RSS-3208
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  31. Egypt on alert as Muslim Brotherhood calls for 'day of rejection' protests...

    Organizers call for non-violent demonstrations, but violent confrontations erupt; Egyptian health ministry record 30 deaths in clashes nationwide.....Live Blog.....http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/live-blog-egypt-on-alert-as-muslim-brotherhood-calls-for-day-of-rejection-protests-1.534047?localLinksEnabled=false
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  32. Los islamistas de Egipto lanzan una nueva jornada de protestas...El viernes murieron 30 personas y 1.100 resultaron heridas...

    Envalentonados por la demostración de fuerza del viernes, en la que reunieron a decenas de miles de personas en las calles de El Cairo, paralizando la ciudad y enfrentándose a las fuerzas armadas, los partidarios islamistas del presidente depuesto Mohamed Morsi lanzaron este sábado una nueva jornada de concentraciones de protesta contra el golpe de Estado consumado el miércoles. Pidieron, como ayer, que las fuerzas armadas liberen a Morsi, a quien mantienen bajo arresto, junto a su núcleo más cercano de colaboradores, en el cuartel de la Guardia Republicana en la capital de Egipto. Las protestas comenzaron a primera hora de la tarde.

    “Las masas volverán a salir a las calles con sus protestas cívicas y sentadas pacíficas en El Cairo hasta que el golpe militar sea anulado y el presidente legítimo reinstaurado”, dijo en un comunicado la Alianza Nacional de Defensa de la Legitimidad, una amalgama de 11 grupos islamistas creada para defender a Morsi. Tras una noche de violencia, El Cairo había amanecido este sábado en tensa calma. Los vehículos acorazados habían dejado libres de nuevo los accesos a la plaza de Tahrir, foco de las revueltas que en 2011 derrocaron el régimen de Hosni Mubarak, pero aún guardaban varios accesos a las zonas en las que han acampado los partidarios del anterior régimen......http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2013/07/06/actualidad/1373107539_492135.html
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  33. Egyptian interim president meets with army chief...Following outburst of violence between supporters and opponents of ousted president Morsi, Adly Mansour meets leaders...

    CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s interim president held talks Saturday with the army chief and interior minister following an outburst of violence between supporters and opponents of ousted leader Mohammed Morsi that killed at least 36 people across the country and deepened the battle lines in the divided nation.

    Three days after the military pushed out Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically elected leader, the country appears to be careening toward further conflict and turmoil. Morsi’s supporters have vowed to take to the streets until the toppled Islamist leader is reinstated, while his opponents have called for more mass rallies to defend what they call the “gains of June 30,” a reference to the start of massive protests to call for the ouster of the president. .....http://www.timesofisrael.com/egyptian-interim-president-meets-with-army-chief/
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  34. Prominent Egyptian blogger out of jail after Morsi ouster ...

    CAIRO - A prominent Egyptian blogger jailed for insulting deposed President Mohamed Morsi was released from prison on Saturday, state news agency MENA said, but he remained on trial for inciting violence.

    Ahmed Douma was sentenced to six months in jail for calling Morsi a criminal and a murderer in media interviews, in a case activists said was part of a crackdown on dissent by Morsi and his Islamist-led government.

    Morsi was toppled by the military on Wednesday a year after he became Egypt's first freely elected president, following mass protests against his him amid economic stagnation and fears of a power grab by his Muslim Brotherhood movement.
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  35. Ankara'da Mursi'ye destek gösterisi...Ankara İnanç Özgürlüğü Platformu üyeleri, Mısır'da ordunun yönetime el koymasını protesto etti.....

    Vahdet Vakfı, MAZLUMDER ve İnsanı Yardım Vakfı (İHH) tarafından oluşturulan Ankara İnanç Özgürlüğü Platformu üyeleri, Mısır'ın Ankara Büyükelçiliği önünde toplanarak, devrik Cumhurbaşkanı Muhammed Mursi'nin fotoğrafının bulunduğu ve üzerinde "Dik Dur Eğilme Müslümanlar Seninle" yazılı pankart ile "Mısır'da Darbeye Hayır" ve "Diren Mısır" yazılı dövizler açtı.

    "Paşaların tankı, yıldıramaz halkı", "Diren Mısır, Türkiye seninle", "Mazlumların kanı zalimleri boğacak" ve "Diren Mursi, Müslümanlar seninle" sloganları atan gruptakiler tekbir getirdi.

    Hazırlanan ortak basın açıklamasını okuyan Vahdet Vakfı Yöneticisi İsmail Aydar, "Mısır'daki darbeyi planlayan ve yürürlüğe koyan çevrelerin siyonistlerle ilgili olduklarını" ileri sürerek yıllardır demokrasi, seçim, halkın iradesi nutukları atan çevrelerin bu olay karşısındaki tavırlarının da gerçek kimliklerini ele verdiğini savundu......http://www.aa.com.tr/tr/rss/201223--baskentte-mursiye-destek-gosterisi
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  36. 'One Morsi will go, a thousand Morsis will come in Egypt,' Turkish EU minister says....

    The Muslim Brotherhood organization is rooted enough to come back to power in Egypt, Turkish EU Minister Egemen Bağış said, commenting on the military overthrow of the elected President Mohamed Morsi.

    "One Morsi will go, another Morsi will come. The Muslim Brotherhood has a strength that it has constituted since the 1920s," Bağış said during an interview today with private broadcaster NTV.

    Commenting on claims that there was an application to Turkey to grant asylum to Morsi, Bağış repeated Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's answer that no such request had been received.
    He added that Turkey had always opened its doors to "victims," but said that he preferred to see Morsi "doing politics rather than in Istanbul."

    Bağış also slammed the United States and Europe's attitude toward the Egyptian military's intervention.

    "We are facing a world who can't call a coup a coup. A leader elected by democratic means has been toppled in front of everyone's eyes, forced out by the army, with the tank's pressure. What is it if not a coup? It is an outright coup," Bağış said.

    Turkey has voiced the strongest criticism after Morsi's ouster on July 3. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan argued yesterday that there was no such thing as a "democratic coup" and slammed Western countries for their reaction.
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/one-morsi-will-go-a-thousand-morsis-will-come-in-egypt-turkish-eu-minister-says.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50160&NewsCatID=338
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  37. Coptic priest shot dead in Egypt attack - sources....

    CAIRO, July 6 (Reuters) - Gunmen shot dead a Coptic Christian priest in Egypt's lawless Northern Sinai on Saturday in what could be the first sectarian attack since the military overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi, security sources said.

    The priest, Mina Aboud Sharween, was attacked in the early afternoon while walking in the Masaeed area in El Arish.

    The shooting in the coastal city was one of several attacks believed to be by Islamist insurgents that included firing at four military checkpoints in the region, the sources said.

    Saturday's attacks on checkpoints took place in al-Mahajer and al-Safaa in Rafah, as well as Sheikh Zuwaid and al-Kharouba.

    The violence follows attacks in which five police offers were killed in El Arish on Friday.

    Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood has fiercely criticised Coptic Pope Tawadros, spiritual leader of Egypt's 8 million Christians, for giving his blessing to the removal of the president and attending the announcement by armed forces commander General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi suspending the constitution.

    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2013/Jul-06/222780-coptic-priest-shot-dead-in-egypt-attack-sources.ashx#ixzz2YHFn0KH7
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  38. Leading liberal Egyptian politician Mohamed ElBaradei has been named interim prime minister....

    He was appointed following crisis talks led by President Adly Mahmud Mansour - three days after the army removed Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi amid growing nationwide unrest.

    The move has in turn triggered mass unrest by supporters of Mr Morsi.

    Mr ElBaradei - a former head of the UN's nuclear watchdog - is expected to be sworn in later on Saturday.

    He and other party leaders attended a meeting called by Mr Mansour on Saturday.

    Mr ElBaradei leads an alliance of liberal and left-wing parties, the National Salvation Front.....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23214310
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  39. Brotherhood says rejects ElBaradei as Egypt's interim PM ...

    CAIRO - A senior official in the Freedom and Justice Party, the Muslim Brotherhood's political wing, said on Saturday he rejected Mohamed ElBaradei's appointment as Egypt's interim prime minister, expected to be confirmed later in the day.

    "We reject this coup and all that results from it, including ElBaradei," he told Reuters at an Islamist gathering in northern Cairo.

    ElBaradei was among liberal leaders who opposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, ousted by the military on Wednesday. The overthrow prompted often violent protests across the country.
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    1. Egypt’s interim president retreats from naming ElBaradei Prime Minister...

      The appointment of former IAEA chief Mohamed Elbaradei for the post of Egypt’s interim prime minister has been placed on hold as consultations with various political parties over the selection of an interim PM continue.

      Speaking at an impromptu press conference held at Cairo's Ittihadiya presidential palace, spokesman for interim President Adly Mansour, Ahmed Musilamani, told reporters the presidency had to take account opposition to ElBaradei and denied that the nomination of the Nobel Peace laureate was ever certain.

      Earlier, the Tamarod movement that organized the mass protests that lead to the overthrow of Morsi on Wednesday, made the announcement after consultations with Adly Mansour, that Mohamed ElBaradei was appointed to be Egypt's interim Prime Minister.

      The announcement was greeted with cheers from thousands of Tamarod supporters outside the presidential palace. They waited there for most of the day as ElBaradei spent Saturday in discussions with other chiefs of Egypt’s new coalition, involving army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi at the Ministry of Defense.

      Opposition from the country’s most prominent Islamist parties greeted the news reports ElBaradei would be appointed. The Nour Party, Egypt's second biggest Islamist group made its objections known.

      "The nomination of ElBaradei violates the roadmap that the political and national powers had agreed on with General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi," its deputy leader Ahmed Khalil told Al Ahram.

      The Muslim Brotherhood, the country’s largest Islamic party and supporters of former President Morsi also voiced their anger over ElBaradei’s nomination, calling it “Washington’s choice” and urged more protests on Sunday. .....http://rt.com/news/elbaradei-egypt-prime-minister-746/
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  40. Blast hits gas pipeline in Sinai....Explosion comes amid a surge in attacks in the peninsula following Mohamed Morsi's ouster as Egypt's president...

    A natural gas pipeline carrying natural gas from Egypt to Jordan through Sinai Peninsula has been hit by an explosion, state TV and witnesses said.

    Attacks on police and soldiers have recently surged in Sinai, where al-Qaeda linked groups are located, following President Mohamed Morsi's overthrow by a military coup.

    It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the pipeline and checkpoint attacks in the region or if they were in reaction to removal of Morsi from his post on Wednesday.

    The pipeline, which supplies gas to Jordan, has been attacked more than 10 times since former president Hosni Mubarak was ousted in 2011.

    Five security officers were killed at their checkpoints in Sinai on Friday and four other checkpoints were attacked on Saturday.

    A priest was killed at one checkpoint by a group of armed men, according to security sources.

    Egypt has been in turmoil since the overthrow of Morsi, with supporters and opponents of the ousted president engaging in deadly clashes.

    The country has struggled to control the security in the peninsula since Mubarak's departure. Hard-line groups took advantage of the collapse of security that followed and launched many attacks on army and police troops there.
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  41. Turkish PM Erdoğan calls UN chief to discuss Egypt...

    Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan discussed the political crisis in Egypt with U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in a phone conversation late July 6.

    The prime minister voiced his concern to the U.N. chief over the “stall of the democratic process by the military coup, which ignores the civil will, and urged all sides to act with good sense,” according to a statement from the Prime Ministry Press Center.

    He also stressed the importance of staying away from all kinds of violence, clashes and incitement, emphasizing the restoration of the civil administration as soon as possible through elections.

    July/07/2013
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  42. Egypt approaching civil war: Putin....Army had no choice: Blair...

    Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Sunday that the standoff in Egypt between supporters and foes of deposed President Mohamed Morsi threatened to degenerate into a civil war.

    “Syria is already in the grips of a civil war, unfortunately enough, and Egypt is moving in that direction,” Russian news agencies quoted Putin as saying while on a visit to Kazakhstan.

    “We would like to see the Egyptian people avoid this fate,” he said.

    The Russian foreign ministry has previously called on all sides in the political crisis to exercise “restraint.”

    Army had no choice: Blair

    Meanwhile, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Egypt’s army had no choice but to overthrow Morsi.

    Writing in the Observer newspaper, Blair, who acts as Middle East envoy for the United States, Russia, the EU and the UN, said the army’s only alternative would have been to let Egypt descend into chaos.

    “The events that led to the Egyptian army’s removal of President Mohamed Morsi confronted the military with a simple choice: intervention or chaos,” wrote Blair, who led Britain for a decade from 1997.

    Blair said the West had strong incentives to support Egypt’s democratic transition.

    “At its crudest, we can’t afford for Egypt to collapse. So we should engage with the new de facto power,” he wrote.

    “In that way, we can also help shape a path back to the ballot box that is designed by and for Egyptians.” Likewise, Blair argued that Western nations have a responsibility to work towards peace in the wider Middle East.

    “We feel it should be someone else’s job to help sort it out. But it is our job,” he wrote.

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  43. Uncertainty persists over Egypt PM nomination...

    Reports of Mohamed ElBaradei being picked are denied, highlighting challenges new leaders face in finding consensus.....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/2013775214936989.html
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  44. Splits in Egyptian leadership amid new protests...

    Fresh demonstrations from both camps keep tensions high both inside the temporary government and out on the streets....http://www.timesofisrael.com/splits-in-egyptian-leadership-amid-new-protests/
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  45. Deadlock over Egypt's interim PM...Mass rallies continue with transitional administration struggling to put forward candidates to please all parties....

    Deadlock over Egypt's interim prime minister entered a third day after members of the Salafist Nour Party rejected candidates for the position, prolonging the impasse amid huge protests that left more than 35 dead.

    Demonstrations continued early on Monday as the transitional administration, installed by the army to steer Egypt to fresh elections, put forward a second possible liberal choice for the key position on Sunday.......http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/20137821320932698.html
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  46. L'Egypte se cherche toujours un Premier ministre....

    Le porte-parole de la présidence par intérim a proposé dimanche soir le nom de Ziad Bahaa Eldin, mais le parti salafiste al-Nour s'y est montré hostile. La décision finale doit être annoncée dans la journée.

    Ziad Bahaa Eldin, un technocrate de centre-gauche qui a dirigé plusieurs institutions économiques égyptiennes, sera «très probablement» nommé Premier ministre en Egypte, tandis que Mohamed El-Baradei prendra la vice-présidence, a déclaré dimanche soir le porte-parole de la présidence intérimaire.

    «Ziad Bahaa Eldin sera très probablement nommé Premier ministre et Mohamed ElBaradei vice-président», a indiqué a indiqué Ahmad al-Mouslimani, porte-parole de la présidence qui s’exprimait sur la chaîne privée ONTV quatre jours après le coup militaire qui a déposé le président islamiste Mohamed Morsi, contesté par des manifestations d’une ampleur sans précédent......http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2013/07/08/l-egypte-se-cherche-toujours-un-premier-ministre_916689?xtor=rss-450
    8/7/13

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  47. Hermanos Musulmanes acusan al Ejército de matar a tiros a 34 de sus seguidores....

    Los Hermanos Musulmanes han denunciado que 34 de sus seguidores han sido asesinados a tiros en El Cairo y 40 han resultado heridos en el ataque del Ejército egipcio a su acampada, según ha asegurado uno de sus portavoces. Fuentes médicas cifran el número de muertos en 15.

    Murad Ali, de la Libertad de la Hermandad y la Justicia, afirmó que el asalto se produjo de madrugada mientras los islamistas organizaban una sentada ante el cuartel de la Guardia Republicana.

    Sin embargo, militares contradicen esta versión y aseguran que "grupos terroristas" intentaron asaltar el cuartel ante lo que las autoridades reaccionaron para defender el centro militar. El Ejército ha informado del fallecimiento de un soldado......http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2013/07/08/internacional/1373258669.html
    8/7/13

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  48. Egypt unrest: Morsi supporters shot dead in Cairo....

    At least 15 people have been killed in a shooting incident in Cairo, amid continuing unrest over the removal of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.

    The Muslim Brotherhood says its members were fired on while holding a sit-in at a Presidential Guard barracks. It put the death toll at more than 30.

    But the army said a "terrorist group" had tried to storm the barracks.

    Mr Morsi, Egypt's first Islamist president, was ousted by the army on Wednesday after mass protests.

    He has been placed in detention and is believed to be held at the Presidential Guard Club, where his supporters have been staging a sit-in since last week demanding his reinstatement.

    The Islamist Al-Nour party, which had supported the military action, said it had now suspended talks to choose an interim prime minister, describing Monday morning's events as a "massacre".
    'Weapons seized'

    The Muslim Brotherhood, the movement Mr Morsi comes from, said the army raided the sit-in at about 04:00 (02:00 GMT) as many of the protesters were performing dawn prayers.

    One protester, Mahmud al-Shilli, told the AFP news agency that the Republican Guard had fired tear gas but that a group of men in civilian clothing had then opened fired.

    "The thugs came from the side. We were the target," he told AFP.

    However in a statement read on state media, the army blamed to the shooting on "an armed terrorist group" which had tried to storm the barracks. .....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23222546
    8/7/13

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  49. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood calls for ‘uprising’ after at least 42 killed....Salafis withdraw from talks...

    Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood called for an "uprising" on Monday after dozens of supporters were killed outside an elite army headquarters in Cairo, and urged international intervention to prevent a "new Syria."

    The Islamist group's political arm, the Freedom and Justice Party, called for "an uprising by the great people of Egypt against those trying to steal their revolution with tanks." It urged "the international community and international groups and all the free people of the world to intervene to stop further massacres ... and prevent a new Syria in the Arab world."

    The death toll in violence on Monday at the Cairo headquarters of the Republican Guard rose to 42, Egyptian state television said, after the Muslim Brotherhood accused the security forces of attacking protesters there.

    The Egyptian military said "a terrorist group" had tried to storm the building. One army officer was killed and 40 wounded, the military said. State television reported that an additional 322 people had been wounded in what it described as an attempt to storm the Republican Guard's headquarters.

    Earlier, Egypt’s armed forces said that “armed terrorists” had tried to storm the headquarters of the elite Republican Guard, leaving one security officer dead, in a statement quoted by the website of state-owned daily Al-Ahram. “At dawn, an armed terrorist group tried to storm the Republican Guard (building)..., attacking army troops and police, which led to the death of one officer and left several conscripts injured, including six in critical condition,” the statement said.

    The Brotherhood’s official spokesman, Gehad El-Haddad, who is at a pro-Morsi sit-in at a mosque near the scene, said 37 Morsi supporters had been killed. He said shooting broke out in the early morning while Islamists were praying and staging a peaceful sit-in outside the Republican Guard barracks.

    Salafis withdraw from talks

    As an immediate consequence, Salafist Al-Nour party said that it had withdrawn from talks on the formation of a new government in response to the killing of protesters. “We have decided to withdraw immediately from all negotiations in response to the massacre outside the Republican Guard” headquarters, Al-Nour spokesman Nadder Bakkar said on Twitter.

    Supporters of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood have mobilized in large numbers in different parts of Cairo in recent days, vowing to defend Morsi, who was ousted by the military on Wednesday after mass protests calling for him to be removed from power

    July/08/2013
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-calls-for-uprising-after-at-least-42-killed.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50238&NewsCatID=352
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  50. Turkish FM Davutoğlu condemns massacre in Egypt...

    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has condemned the attack outside the headquarters of the Republican Guard in Egypt’s capital.

    “I strongly condemn the massacre during the morning prayers in the name of basic human values that we have been defending,” Davutoğlu wrote on his Twitter account.

    At least 42 Muslim Brotherhood supporters were killed earlier today when the army opened fire on protesters outside an elite army headquarters in Cairo.

    “Despite provocations, we expect from our Egyptian brothers to protect democracy and free will in dignity,” Davutoğlu added. The foreign minister urged the start of a political normalization process respecting the people’s will.

    “Egypt is the hope for the rising demand for democracy in the Middle East and Turkey will always be in solidarity with the Egyptian people,” he said.
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkish-fm-davutoglu-condemns-massacre-in-egypt.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50242&NewsCatID=338
    8/7/13

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  51. Αίγυπτος: Δύο στρατιώτες «αιχμαλωτίστηκαν από ισλαμιστές» στο Κάιρο...
    Αναγκάστηκαν σε δημόσιες δηλώσεις υπέρ του Μόρσι αλλά στη συνέχεια ξέφυγαν...

    Ένοπλοι οπαδοί του ανατραπέντος ισλαμιστή προέδρου της Αιγύπτου, Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, αιχμαλώτισαν δύο στρατιώτες στο Κάιρο, μετά τα αιματηρά επεισόδια έξω από το κτήριο της Ρεπουμπλικανικής Φρουράς, όπου έχασαν τη ζωή τους τουλάχιστον 42 ισλαμιστές από πυρά των δυνάμεων ασφαλείας.

    Οι δύο στρατιώτες, οι οποίοι, σύμφωνα με το Γαλλικό Πρακτορείο, ταυτοποιήθηκαν ως οι Σαμίρ Αμπνταλάχ Αλί και Αζάμ Χαρέμ Αλί, «κατάφεραν να ξεφύγουν από τους απαγωγείς τους» , σημείωσε αιγύπτιος αξιωματούχος.

    Οι άνδρες του αιγυπτιακού στρατού τοποθετήθηκαν στο εσωτερικό οχήματος και αναγκάστηκαν να κάνουν δηλώσεις φιλικές προς τον κ. Μόρσι και κατά της ηγεσίας του στρατού από μεγάφωνο, όπως μετέδωσε το κρατικό αιγυπτιακό πρακτορείο ειδήσεων MENA.

    Ένας εκ των δύο χτυπήθηκε ανηλεώς, ενώ βιντεοσκοπήθηκε ενώ έκανε δηλώσεις φιλικές προς τον καθαιρεθέντα ισλαμιστή πρόεδρο της Αιγύπτου.
    http://www.naftemporiki.gr/story/672906
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  52. ‘The way forward is for Egypt to declare its independence from the US’....

    The US gives $1.5 billion a year to the Egyptian government, and if it refused this money they would be able to follow an independent economic policy, supported by the majority of Egyptians, British journalist Neil Clark told RT.

    RT: How do you foresee this violence affecting the situation and stability in Egypt?

    Neil Clark: It is a very dangerous escalation I think, because whether we take the lie from the army where they say five people were killed or there were 42 people killed or more than that. It’s obviously a very dangerous situation and what the Muslim Brotherhood really has got the keys to this situation how to solve it, what would they do next? They’ve called for an uprising against the government. The Salafists groups have also called that and we are in a very dangerous situation where we could see Egypt break out into civil war. Let’s hope that doesn’t happen. And I think it is very important now for the army to offer an olive branch to the opposition, perhaps, in this state of affairs at the moment.

    RT: You say the Muslim Brotherhood has the key to the situation here, but it seems, frankly, that it’s really the military that has the key to the ongoing unrest. If, as reported, it is the military that has opened fire, this is setting the country up for a massive clash. How do you see that being resolved?

    NC: The Morsi supporters have to decide what they really want. They don’t have the strength to actually take power. They don’t have the numbers, they don’t have the majority support. The army has got the guns to put it simply. ....http://rt.com/op-edge/egypt-declare-independence-from

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  53. Presidente interino de Egipto crea comisión judicial para investigar masacre...

    La formación política Hermanos Musulmanes presentaron este lunes durante una rueda de prensa evidencias de presuntos ataques militares perpetrados este lunes contra los seguidores de Mohamed Mursi. Señalaron que las acciones de violencia se llevaron a cabo durante el rezo del alba.

    El presidente interino de Egipto, Adli Mansur, ha creado una comisión judicial para investigar las acciones de violencia registradas este lunes frente al cuartel general de la Guardia Republicana, en El Cairo (capital), donde murieron al menos 42 personas.

    A través de un comunicado, Mansur instó a la población a "controlarse" para que la seguridad nacional sea la "prioridad".

    Asimismo, pidió a los manifestantes a que se alejen de "los centros vitales y las instalaciones militares" del país. ....http://www.telesurtv.net/articulos/2013/07/08/presidente-interino-de-egipto-crea-comision-judicial-para-investigar-masacre-4416.html
    8/7/13

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  54. EGYPTE. Tuerie devant la Garde républicaine : 2 versions s'affrontent...

    Répression violente d'un sit-in pacifique ou attaque "terroriste" déjouée : l'armée et les Frères se renvoient la responsabilité des violences.

    Quelques heures après la tuerie de la nuit dernière devant l'enceinte de la Garde républicaine au Caire, le climat était extrêmement tendu et a plongé encore un peu plus l'Egypte dans une ambiance de guerre civile. Lundi 8 juillet, l'heure était aux différentes versions données par les deux parties, en confrontation nette depuis la destitution par l'armée du président Mohamed Morsi......http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com/monde/20130708.OBS8472/egypte-tuerie-devant-la-garde-republicaine-ce-que-l-on-sait.html?xtor=RSS-17
    8/7/13

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  55. Army closes roads leading to pro-Morsi supporters...

    Army troops have closed roads leading to protest areas where thousands are camping to demand the return of ousted President Mohammad Morsi to power.

    CAIRO

    Army troops have closed roads leading to protest areas where thousands are camping to demand the return of ousted President Mohammad Morsi to power.

    Witnesses said troops closed the 6th October Bridge leading to Nasr City, where thousands of Morsi's loyalists have been camping at Rabaa Al-Adawiya in eastern Cairo.

    A bridge leading to Nahda square near the Cairo University in Giza has also been closed.

    Army tanks were deployed at the entry points to the two squares.

    The security measures came shortly after tens of Morsi supporters were killed outside the Republican Guards compound near Rabaa Al-Adawiya.

    The Egyptian Ambulance Authority (EAO) said 42 people were killed and 322 were wounded outside the Republican Guards HQ......http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/201869--army-closes-roads-leading-to-pro-morsi-supporters
    8/7/13

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  56. Egitto, scontri tra l'esercito e i Fratelli musulmani...spari tra la folla: oltre 70 morti tra cui donne e bambini....

    IL CAIRO - Decine di sostenitori del presidente egiziano Mohamed Morsi sarebbero stati uccisi stamattina all'alba dal fuoco delle forze dell'ordine contro una manifestazione davanti alla sede della Guardia repubblicana al Cairo, secondo i Fratelli musulmani.

    Per il portavoce del partito Libertà e giustizia Murad Ali, le vittime sarebbero 34. Il portavoce dei Fratelli musulmani Ahmed Aref parla invece di 16 morti e un centinaio di feriti. Cordoli della polizia impediscono al momento l'accesso alla zona da parte di giornalisti. In precedenza alcuni manifestanti avevano affermato che le forze dell'ordine stavano lanciando lacrimogeni ma anche usando proiettili veri per disperdere il loro sit-in.

    Sarebbe invece di 42 morti e circa 500 feriti il bilancio delle violenze di questa mattina, secondo la tv di Stato egiziana, che cita il ministero della Salute. Più grave il bilancio secondo i Fratelli Musulmani, che parlano invece di 77 islamisti uccisi. Tra le vittime, otto donne e sette bambini, di cui due bebè. Lo riferiscono fonti dei Fratelli musulmani......http://www.ilmessaggero.it/articolo.php?id=301520&sez=PRIMOPIANO&ssez=ESTERI
    8/7/13

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  57. 84 killed outside Republican Guards HQ, says medical syndicate...

    Egyptian Medical Syndicate said 84, including two doctors, were killed outside the Republican Guards headquarters.

    CAIRO

    Egyptian Medical Syndicate said Tuesday that 84, including two doctors, were killed outside the Republican Guards headquarters, where supporters of ousted president Mohammad Morsi were camping.

    Syndicate spokesman Ahmed Lotfi told a press conference that more than 1,000 were injured, including 7 doctors.

    The Egyptian Ambulance Authority had earlier put the death toll at 51 people.

    The Muslim Brotherhood accuses security forces of opening fire at its supporters while performing the morning prayer outside the Republican Guards compound.

    But the army and the police insist that protesters attacked the vicinity of the Republican Guards compound and troops standing guard, killing two police officers and one army officer.

    The Medical Syndicate Secretary General Jamal Abdel-Salam told reporters they have testimonies from many doctors at the scene regarding what really happened.

    "These testimonies will be submitted to the investigating authorities."

    Interim President Adly Mansour has ordered the formation of a judicial committee to investigate the tragic events.
    http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/202254--84-killed-outside-republican-guards-hq-says-medical-syndicate
    9/7/13

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  58. US 'cautiously encouraged' by timeline for Egypt vote....

    The White House said July 9 it was "cautiously encouraged" by a timeline proposed by Egypt's interim rulers for elections to replace ousted President Mohamed Morsi.

    "We will not prescribe a timeline. We are cautiously encouraged by ... a plan that includes a return to a democratically elected government that includes parliamentary and presidential elections," spokesman Jay Carney said.

    Egypt's interim President Adly Mansour has set out plans to revise the constitution and hold fresh parliamentary elections in the coming months, with a presidential vote possible by early next year.

    The Muslim Brotherhood, furious over the military coup that brought down Egypt's first democratically elected leader, immediately rejected the plan, drawing a stern warning from the military against any disruption........http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/us-cautiously-encouraged-by-timeline-for-egypt-vote.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50384&NewsCatID=352
    9/7/13

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  59. Egipto: ordenan la detención del jefe de los Hermanos Musulmanes ....

    Está acusado, junto a otros nueve dirigentes, de incitación a la violencia en los disturbios ocurridos frente a la sede de la Guardia Republicana en los que murieron más de 50 personas...

    El fiscal general egipcio ordenó este miércoles la detención del jefe de los Hermanos Musulmanes, Mohamed Badie, y de otros nueve dirigentes a raíz de los enfrentamientos que se saldaron con más de 50 muertos el lunes, informó una fuente judicial.
    Según la misma fuente, todos ellos están acusados de incitación a la violencia en los disturbios ocurridos frente a la sede de la Guardia Republicana de El Cairo, durante una manifestación de partidarios del presidente islamista derrocado Mohamed Mursi en la que murieron al menos 51 personas.

    Los Hermanos Musulmanes, sin embargo, acusan a las fuerzas del orden de disparar a manifestantes pacíficos que rezaban ante la sede de la Guardia Republicana, mientras el Ejército y el Ministerio de Interior afirman que sus hombres se limitaron a responder a un ataque armado contra el cuartel.......http://www.clarin.com/mundo/Egipto-ordenan-detencion-Hermanos-Musulmanes_0_953304852.html
    10/7/13

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  60. Haftbefehl gegen den Chef der Muslimbrüder ...

    Erst wollte Ägyptens Übergangspremier al-Beblawi die Muslimbrüder an der Regierung beteiligen. Als sie ablehnten, wurde die Staatsanwaltschaft aktiv und schrieb den Chef zur Fahndung aus....

    Ägyptens Staatsanwaltschaft hat die Festnahme des Chefs der Muslimbrüder, Mohammed Badie, angeordnet. Badie werde vorgeworfen, zur Gewalt vor dem Hauptquartier der Republikanischen Garde am Montag aufgehetzt zu haben, meldete die staatliche Nachrichtenagentur Mena.

    Die Armee hatte das Feuer auf Anhänger des vor einer Woche durch das Militär entmachteten Präsidenten Mohammed Mursi eröffnet, die sich vor der Kaserne versammelt hatten. 55 Menschen wurden bei den Zusammenstößen getötet.

    Die Staatsanwaltschaft leitete auch die Festnahme weiterer führender Vertreter der Muslimbrüder ein, darunter Badies Stellvertreter Mahmud Essat. Ein Sprecher der Muslimbrüder kritisierte die Maßnahme als "Versuch des Polizeistaats", eine Mahnwache der Muslimbrüder vor der Rabaa-Adaweja-Moschee im Nordosten Kairos aufzubrechen.....http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article117904725/Haftbefehl-gegen-den-Chef-der-Muslimbrueder.html
    10/7/13

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  61. Egypte: la justice demande l'arrestation du chef des Frères musulmans...

    Mohamed Badie, Guide duprême des Frères musulmans, et d'autres hauts responsables sont accusés d'incitation à la violence après les affrontements sanglants de lundi....

    Le procureur général égyptien a ordonné ce mercredi l'arrestation du Guide suprême des Frères musulmans, Mohamed Badie, et d'autres hauts responsables de la confrérie dans le cadre des violences qui ont fait plus de 50 morts lundi, a indiqué une source judiciaire.

    Selon la même source, ils sont accusés d'incitation à la violence, en relation avec ces heurts sanglants survenus devant le siège de la Garde républicaine au Caire, durant une manifestation de partisans du président islamiste déchu Mohamed Morsi.

    Mohamed Badie et d'autres responsables des Frères musulmans sont déjà sous le coup d'un mandat d'arrêt, pour de précédentes violences. Alors que les services de sécurité avaient annoncé son arrestation la veille, le Guide suprême était apparu publiquement vendredi dernier au Caire, appelant les partisans de Mohamed Morsi à rester "mobilisés par millions" jusqu'au retour du président destitué. .....http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/proche-orient/egypte-la-justice-demande-l-arrestation-du-chef-des-freres-musulmans_1265361.html
    10/7/13

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    1. Ποινικές διώξεις σε βάρος 200 Αιγυπτίων ...

      Ποινικές διώξεις σε βάρος περίπου 200 προσώπων άσκησε η αιγυπτιακή δικαιοσύνη την Τετάρτη για «φόνο» και «παρακίνηση σε βία», μετά τις συγκρούσεις στις οποίες βρήκαν το θάνατο τουλάχιστον 55 άνθρωποι την Δευτέρα στο Κάιρο.

      Οι κατηγορούμενοι πρόκειται να τεθούν υπό προσωρινή κράτηση τις προσεχείς 15 ημέρες, διαρκούσης της έρευνας. Διώκονται επίσης για «παράνομη οπλοφορία» και «διατάραξη της τάξης και ασφάλειας».

      Μια δικαστική πηγή είχε δηλώσει την Τρίτη ότι περίπου 650 πρόσωπα, που κατηγορούνται ότι αποπειράθηκαν να εισέλθουν διά της βίας στο αρχηγείο της Ρεπουμπλικανικής Φρουράς, ανακρίθηκαν στο πλαίσιο της εξελισσόμενης έρευνας για τα αιματηρά επεισόδια ανάμεσα σε υποστηρικτές του ανατραπέντος ισλαμιστή προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι από την μια και ανδρών της αστυνομίας και του στρατού από την άλλη.....http://www.zougla.gr/kosmos/article/pinikes-dioksis-se-varos-200-egiption
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  62. Egypt orders arrest of Muslim Brotherhood leader ...

    CAIRO — Egypt’s prosecutor’s office ordered the arrest today (July 10) of Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie on charges of inciting violence outside the Republican Guard headquarters where 55 people were killed on Monday, state news agency MENA reported.

    Other senior Brotherhood officials were also ordered held, including Badie’s deputy Mahmoud Ezzat and party leaders Essam El-Erian and Mohamed El-Beltagi.

    Thousands of Brotherhood followers have been maintaining a vigil near a mosque in northeast Cairo demanding the reinstatement of Mohamed Morsi, toppled as president by the army last week. REUTERS
    http://www.todayonline.com/eygpt-orders-arrest-muslim-brotherhood-leader
    10/5/13

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  63. Turkey prepares for a possible evacuation of Turks in Egypt....

    The Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) has completed the necessary preparations to coordinate a possible evacuation of Turkish nationals in Egypt.

    AFAD is in contact with the chief of General Staff; the Interior, Foreign, Health and Transportation ministries; and the Turkish Red Crescent about an evacuation, according to an official from the organization.

    The Turkish Embassy in Cairo also has made the necessary preparations for a possible evacuation, a Turkish official told Hürriyet Daily News.

    Meanwhile, the Ankara branches of the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (İHH) and the Free Thought and Education Rights Association (Özgür-Der), gathered for the first fast-breaking dinner of Ramadan in front of the Egyptian embassy in a show of protest against the mass killings in the country.

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-prepares-for-a-possible-evacuation-of-turks-in-egypt.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50437&NewsCatID=338
    10/7/13

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  64. Egypt kills 32 Hamas fighters in Sinai campaign, daily reports....

    The Egyptian army has killed some 200 gunmen in Sinai, including 32 Hamas members, and arrested 45 others over the past several days, an Egyptian security source told London-based Arab daily Al-Hayat on Thursday.

    The unnamed official accused Hamas of intentionally escalating the security situation in Sinai following the ouster of president Mohammed Morsi. The official claimed that Egyptian military forces have observed Hamas activists operating in Sinai in cooperation with local jihadists.....http://www.timesofisrael.com/egypt-kills-32-hamas-fighters-in-sinai-campaign-daily-reports/
    11/7/13

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  65. Place Tahrir, terrain hostile pour les femmes journalistes...

    Enquête... Les agressions sexuelles se multiplient en Egypte ces dernières semaines, compliquant le travail des correspondantes sur place.
    Par THOMAS LIABOT

    Le fléau des agressions sexuelles qui touche la place Tahrir depuis le début de la contestation n’en finit plus d’entacher le mouvement politique qui enflamme le pays depuis la fin du mois de juin. Si aucune donnée officielle n’a été publiée depuis la destitution de Mohamed Morsi, Human Rights Watch faisait état dès le 3 juillet d’une centaine de cas sur la place Tahrir et ses alentours. Une situation qui contribue à pourrir l’atmosphère déjà très tendue au Caire.....http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2013/07/11/place-tahrir-terrain-hostile-pour-les-femmes-journalistes_917540
    11/7/13

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  66. Πλοία του αμερικανικού πολεμικού ναυτικού κοντά στις ακτές της Αιγύπτου...

    Δύο πλοία του αμερικανικού πολεμικού ναυτικού που περιπολούσαν στην περιοχή της Μέσης Ανατολής μετακινήθηκαν πιο κοντά στις ακτές της Ερυθράς Θάλασσας τις τελευταίες ημέρες, για προληπτικούς λόγους μετά την ανατροπή του προέδρου της Αιγύπτου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι από το στρατό της χώρας.

    Οι ΗΠΑ συχνά στέλνουν σκάφη του πολεμικού ναυτικού κοντά σε χώρες όπου σημειώνονται ταραχές, για την περίπτωση που θα χρειαστεί να απομακρύνουν ή να προστατεύσουν Αμερικανούς πολίτες ή να παράσχουν ανθρωπιστική βοήθεια. Η παρουσία τους στην περιοχή δεν σημαίνει κατ΄ ανάγκη ότι η Ουάσινγκτον ετοιμάζεται για στρατιωτική δράση.

    "Η Αίγυπτος βρίσκεται σε κρίση αυτήν την περίοδο" εξήγησε ο διοικητής του σώματος των Πεζοναυτών, στρατηγός Τζέιμς Έιμος μιλώντας στον όμιλο προβληματισμού "Κέντρο Στρατηγικών και Διεθνών Μελετών".

    Αξιωματούχοι του Πολεμικού Ναυτικού και του Σώματος των Πεζοναυτών ανέφεραν ότι τα δύο πλοία βρίσκονταν στην περιοχή από τον Μάιο και έκαναν περιπολίες στην Ερυθρά Θάλασσα, στο Κέρας της Αφρικής, στον Κόλπο και την Αραβική Θάλασσα. Δεν έχουν λάβει νέες εντολές να προετοιμαστούν για μια ενδεχόμενη σύγκρουση στην Αίγυπτο.

    Ο Έιμος διευκρίνισε ότι το μεταγωγικό USS San Antonio και το πολεμικό USS Kearsarge μετακινήθηκαν βορειότερα στην Ερυθρά Θάλασσα πριν από δυο-τρεις ημέρες, ώστε να είναι σε θέση ανταποκριθούν άμεσα εάν χρειαστεί.

    Σύμφωνα με τους αξιωματούχους των δύο σωμάτων, η προσέγγιση των δύο πλοίων στις ακτές θα επιτρέψει την ευκολότερη πρόσβαση των ελικοπτέρων και άλλου εξοπλισμού στην ξηρά, στην περίπτωση που παραστεί ανάγκη για κάτι τέτοιο.....http://www.capital.gr/NewsTheme.asp?id=1833977
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  67. US calls for release of Morsi...

    US State Department publicly reiterated Germany's request for the release of Egypt's first democratically elected president Morsi
    WASHINGTON (AA) - US State Department announced on Friday that the United States agreed on the earlier call of Germany for release of Egypt's first democratically elected president Mohammad Morsi who was unseated by a military coup in Egypt.

    Speaking at the press conference, US State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said they agreed Germany's call for release of Morsi.

    German Foreign Ministry Spokesman Martin Schaefer said earlier on Friday that they waited for the release of Egypt's ousted president Mohammad Morsi.

    Stressing that any type of political distortion in Egypt would harm the future of the country, he also called on all pro-Morsi protesters to avoid violence and wanted impartial and reliable organizations to be allowed to enter the country.
    http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/203469--us-calls-for-release-of-morsi
    12/5/13

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  68. Islamists take to streets of Cairo, but protests peaceful ....

    CAIRO- Tens of thousands of Egyptians marched on Cairo's streets in the early hours of Saturday to demand ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi be reinstated, but there were none of the deadly clashes that swept Egypt a week ago.

    Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood called on Friday for "a day of marching on", and 10 days after the military overthrew Egypt's first freely elected president, large crowds descended on the capital waving flags and chanting slogans.

    A week earlier similar scenes of protest turned violent when pro- and anti-Morsi demonstrators clashed in cities and towns across the country, killing 35 people and widening the rift between Egyptians on different sides of the political divide.

    Three days after that, Egypt was left reeling again when soldiers opened fire on a group of pro-Morsi demonstrators outside the Republican Guard compound in Cairo where he is being held, killing 53. Four soldiers also died.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Islamists-take-to-streets-of-Cairo-but-protests-peaceful-319689
    13/7/13

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  69. Egypt: Islamist lawmakers demand Morsi’s return...Ousted president’s supporters call on legislatures around the world not to recognize new army-backed leadership...

    CAIRO (AP) — Islamist lawmakers in Egypt’s disbanded upper house of parliament demanded Saturday the army reinstate ousted president Mohammed Morsi, and called on other legislatures around the world not to recognize the country’s new military-backed leadership.

    Morsi’s supporters, including his Islamist allies, remain steadfast in their rejection of the popularly supported military coup that toppled Morsi nearly two weeks ago. They have staged a series of mass protests in Cairo to push their demands, and are vowing to stay in the streets until Morsi is returned to office.

    Speaking at a mass rally staged by Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo, the two dozen former parliamentarians, all Islamist members of the Shura Council that was dissolved by court order, accused the military of attempting to restore a “corrupt and dictatorial” regime.....http://www.timesofisrael.com/egypt-islamist-lawmakers-demand-morsis-return/
    13/7/13

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  70. Elbaradei sworn-in as Egypt’s vice president....

    CAIRO — Egyptian reform advocate Mohammed ElBaradei, who led the country’s main opposition group in criticism of the Muslim Brotherhood, was sworn-in today (July 14) as the country’s interim vice president.

    The 71-year-old former diplomat and Nobel laureate emerged as a prominent democracy advocate and later as the head of the National Salvation Front, a secular coalition of groups opposed to former President Mohammed Morsi.

    According to NSF spokesman Khaled Dawoud, Mr ElBaradei no longer heads the coalition.

    “He is now a vice president for all Egyptians,” Mr Dawoud said.

    Egypt’s interim President Adly Mansour oversaw the swearing in of Mr ElBaradei, the latest move by the country’s new leadership to push ahead with a transition plan following the military’s ouster of Mr Morsi nearly two weeks ago.

    Thousands of Mr Morsi’s supporters, though, have vowed to continue their sit-in in Cairo until he is reinstated. They have refused to accept his ouster or the military-backed timeline for transition, which calls for changes to the constitution and new elections for parliament and president.

    Mr ElBaradei’s NSF group under Mr Morsi was among the president’s strongest critics. The coalition stood with Defense Minister General Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi as he announced Mr Morsi’s ouster amid massive protests against his rule......http://www.todayonline.com/elbaradei-sworn-egypts-vice-president
    14/7/13

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  71. Merkel'den Mursi'yi serbest bırakın çağrısı...

    Almanya Başbakanı Angela Merkel, askeri darbeyle görevinden uzaklaştırılan Mısır Cumhurbaşkanı Muhammed Mursi'nin serbest bırakılmasını istedi.

    BERLİN

    Merkel, Alman televizyon kanalı ARD'nin bir programında yaptığı açıklamada, ''Dışişleri Bakanı Guido Westerwelle'nin (Mursi'nin) serbest bırakılması açıklamasını paylaşıyorum'' dedi.

    Alman Başbakan, Mısır'ın gelişebilmesi için tüm grupların bir araya gelmesi gerektiğini ifade etti.

    Angela Merkel, Müslüman Kardeşler'in iktidarda olduğu dönemde diğer grupları dışladığını da savunarak, ''Şimdi bunun tersi de olmamalı. Bazıları Müslüman Kardeşler'i sınırlayabileceklerine inanabilir. Ortak bir yol bulabilmek için her şey ortaya konulmalı'' dedi.
    http://www.aa.com.tr/tr/rss/203965--merkelden-mursiyi-serbest-birakin-cagrisi
    14/7/13

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  72. Brotherhood chief suspends Ramadan fast for anti-coup ‘jihad’....Mohammed Badie says fight for control of Egypt, mirroring seventh-century Battle of Badr, will be waged later this month....

    The Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader ruled on Monday that protesters against the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi may break the fast of Ramadan, since they were in a “state of jihad” and would soon wage a battle for control of Egypt.

    In a series of tweets, Mohammed Badie compared the struggle against the June 30 military coup, centered around a sit-in at Cairo’s Rabia al-Adawiya Mosque, to the Battle of Badr, a decisive battle waged between the Prophet Muhammad and his adversaries from the tribe of Quraish in the year 624. .....http://www.timesofisrael.com/brotherhood-chief-suspends-ramadan-fast-for-anti-coup-jihad/
    15/7/13

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  73. Turkey sees Morsi as Egypt’s President, Turkish FM says...

    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said that Turkey still recognized Mohamed Morsi as the Egyptian President.

    “We see Morsi still has been holding his post,” Davutoğlu told private broadcaster NTV today.

    He also said that in case of the marginalization of political elements after the coup in Egypt, violence could spiral across the Middle East.

    Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has recently said that ousted President Mohamed Morsi was the only legitimate president of Egypt. “Currently, my president in Egypt is Morsi because he was elected by the people,” he said.
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-sees-morsi-as-egypts-president-turkish-fm-says.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50718&NewsCatID=338
    15/7/13

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  74. Turkey warns of Egypt ‘reverse domino effect’....

    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has warned of a “reverse domino effect” in the Arab Spring countries if approval is ultimately extended to the Egyptian coup d’état.

    “People or institutions from the old system could say ‘in some way, the army staged a coup and it has been justified by foreign countries – or at least they have remained silent about declaring it illegitimate – so we can do the same then,’” the foreign minister told private broadcaster NTV on July 15.

    “There are some elements that have remained from the old system in Yemen, Tunisia and Libya. Our foremost mission is to eliminate the possibility of making a reverse domino effect over external legitimacy. If we all allow something wrong in Egypt, there will be a reverse domino effect.”

    Turkey strongly reacted to the July 3 coup and called on the army to re-install ousted President Mohamed Morsi with full powers......http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-warns-of-egypt-reverse-domino-effect.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50718&NewsCatID=338
    15/7/13

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  75. Criticizing Egypt coup does not amount to intervention in Egypt’s affairs: Turkish FM....

    Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has refuted claims that Ankara has been interfering in Egypt’s internal affairs, denying that criticizing the coup in Egypt amounts to an intervention in the internal affairs of the country.

    “Giving voice to concerns over what happened in Egypt and demanding the start of a process that takes its legitimacy from the people shouldn’t be perceived as an intervention in internal affairs,” Davutoğlu said at a press conference with his Azeri counterpart Elmar Memmedyarov in Baku.

    “Otherwise, the countries which defended the coup and sent congratulatory messages are also getting involved in Egypt’s internal affairs,” he added. Egypt’s interim government recently voiced “strong resentment” at comments by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan backing ousted President Mohamed Morsi. The Foreign Ministry expressed “strong resentment at comments like these, which ... represent a clear intervention in internal Egyptian affairs,” its spokesman Badr Abdelatty said. Erdoğan had stated that democratically-elected Morsi was Egypt’s “only legitimate president.”
    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/criticizing-egypt-coup-does-not-amount-to-intervention-in-egypts-affairs-turkish-fm.aspx?pageID=238&nID=50886&NewsCatID=352
    17/7/13

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  76. EU calls for release of Egypt's Morsi...Crowds continue a vigil for deposed President Morsi's reinstatement as the new government met with Catherine Ashton....

    EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has said that she regretted not having been able to meet Egypt's ousted president Mohamed Morsi on a visit to Cairo.

    She called for his immediate release on Wednesday from the custody he has been kept in since just hours after the military toppled him on July 3.

    "I believe he should be released. I was assured he is well. I would have liked to see him," Ashton told reporters.

    A senior figure in ousted President Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood met with Ashton and said Brussels had offered no proposal that could resolve Egypt's political crisis.....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/2013717124459915328.html
    17/7/13

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  77. Thousands of Morsi supporters rally across Egypt...Demonstrators demand reinstatement of Islamist president ousted by the army earlier this month...

    CAIRO (AP) — Thousands of protesters are holding rallies across Egypt to demand the reinstatement of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

    The Muslim Brotherhood, from which Morsi hails, is mobilizing followers to march in Cairo and elsewhere Friday for a protest they’re dubbing “Breaking the Coup.”

    Youth activists who launched the massive protests that led to Morsi’s ouster by the military also plan a mass demonstration in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, raising fears of clashes in the capital between the two sides and authorities.

    The military has warned it will act swiftly to prevent violence.

    The protests come days after an interim administration was appointed.

    Egypt’s interim President Adly Mansour has pledged to protect his country against those who seek chaos and violence in the aftermath of the popularly backed military coup.
    http://www.timesofisrael.com/thousands-of-morsi-supporters-rally-across-egypt/
    19/7/13

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  78. Morsi's supporters to march on Defense Ministry, National Security HQs...

    The rally will kick off from Rabaa al-Adawiya Square after the nightly Ramadan prayers of Taraweeh

    CAIRO

    Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi plan to organize two marches later Friday to the headquarters of both the Defense Ministry and the National Security, according to a statement issued by a coalition of largely Islamist parties and groups.

    A march will kick off from Rabaa al-Adawiya Square after the nightly Ramadan prayers of Taraweeh to the Defense Ministry HQ in Kobri al-Qubba and another to the National Security premises in Nasr City, eastern Cairo, the National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy said in the statement.

    Thousands of pro-Morsi supporters have been camping out in Rabaa since the elected president was ousted by the powerful army on July 3 following mass protests against his regime.

    Speaking to reporters in Rabaa senior Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed al-Beltagi lauded mass protests organized today in response to a call by the Alliance.

    "After the iftar, the crowds would come in more numbers, and we would determine the peaceful means to reserve the bloody coup without resorting to violence as some might claim," he asserted.

    "We will not clash, we will not storm institutions or throw stone. We will continue our peaceful protests.".....http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/205941--morsis-supporters-to-march-on-defense-ministry-national-security-hqs
    19/7/13

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  79. Χρήση δακρυγόνων κατά Ισλαμιστών έκανε ο στρατός της Αιγύπτου...

    Αιγύπτιοι στρατιώτες έκαναν χρήση δακρυγόνων απόψε εναντίον διαδηλωτών οι οποίοι τάσσονται υπέρ του ανατραπέντος ισλαμιστή εκλεγμένου προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι και συμμετείχαν σε μια πορεία κοντά στο κτιριακό συγκρότημα του προεδρικού μεγάρου, όπως μετέδωσε το αιγυπτιακό κρατικό πρακτορείο ειδήσεων MENA.

    Χιλιάδες υποστηρικτές του Μόρσι, τον οποίο απομάκρυνε ο στρατός της χώρας την 3η Ιουλίου μετά τις μαζικές διαδηλώσεις εναντίον της κυβέρνησής του, βγήκαν στους δρόμους σε πολλές αιγυπτιακές πόλεις σήμερα για να απαιτήσουν ο πρώτος πρόεδρος που εξελέγη ελεύθερα στην Αίγυπτο να αποκατασταθεί στην εξουσία.
    http://www.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_kathremote_1_19/07/2013_510394
    19/7/13

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  80. Two killed in clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi protesters ...

    CAIRO-An Egyptian woman and a 13-year-old boy were killed when supporters and opponents of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi clashed in the Nile Delta town of Mansoura, the website of state-run newspaper Al-Ahram said on Saturday.

    Thousands of Morsi supporters took to the streets of Egyptian cities on Friday to demand the reinstatement of the Islamist leader who was removed by the army on July 3 after mass protests.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Two-killed-in-clashes-between-pro-and-anti-Morsi-protesters-320411
    20/7/13

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  81. Egypte: trois femmes tuées dans des affrontements entre factions rivales..

    Trois femmes ont été tuées vendredi à Mansura en Egypte, lors d'affrontements entre factions rivales alors que des dizaines de milliers de pro-Morsi se sont rassemblés dans le pays pour réclamer le retour du président déchu. ....http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/egypte-trois-femmes-tuees-dans-des-affrontements-entre-factions-rivales_1267829.html
    20/7/13

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  82. Three dead as rival Egyptian factions clash...

    Three women died in clashes between loyalists and opponents of Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, medics said Saturday, despite warnings by the military that it would crackdown on violent protests.....http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/three-dead-as-rival/750554.html
    20/7/13

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  83. Deaths as political rivals rally across Egypt....

    Thousands rally in support of ousted President Morsi in Cairo and elsewhere, while opponents also hold demonstrations.

    At least three people have died after clashes between loyalists and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, as tens of thousands of people have demonstrated in cities across Egypt.

    The three people were killed during clashes between rival demonstrators in the Nile Delta town of Mansoura, Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh reported from Cairo, the capital. At least six others were injured in those clashes.

    The country's military, meanwhile, has warned that it may crack down violently on any future mass protests against the overthrow of the president that it carried out on July 3.

    A vast pro-Morsi crowd gathered at Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque on Friday, where the former president's supporters have camped out since the military overthrew him.

    About 10,000 protesters then set off in the direction of an elite military compound, scene of the deadliest violence since Morsi's overthrow, carrying pictures of the deposed president and chanting slogans......http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/2013719105846819271.html
    20/7/13

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  84. Neighbors tire of pro-Morsi sit-in in Egypt....

    With garbage piling up and speeches blaring into the night, some Cairenes are saying ‘enough’ to the Muslim Brotherhood’s nonstop protests outside a mosque.

    CAIRO (AP) — After three weeks, some local residents have started to have enough with Islamist supporters of Egypt’s ousted President Mohammed Morsi camped out outside a Cairo mosque in their neighborhood to demand he be restored to office.

    Residents are complaining that the sit-in camp is blocking the roads leading to their homes, garbage has piled up on side streets and parks have been trashed. Speeches from the stage blare late into the night in the neighborhood around Rabaah al-Adawiya Mosque.

    At the same time, the complaints have been sucked into Egypt’s bitter polarization over the military’s removal of Morsi on July 3. Anti-Islamist media have taken up the residents’ backlash as evidence the country has turned against the protesters, who vow to continue their street campaign......http://www.timesofisrael.com/neighbors-tire-of-pro-morsi-sit-in-in-egypt/
    20/7/13

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  85. Egypte : la famille de Morsi va poursuivre le chef de l'armée pour "enlèvement"...

    Dénonçant un "enlèvement", la famille de Mohamed Morsi va poursuivre devant les juridictions nationales et internationales le chef de l'armée, le général Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi, a annoncé lundi 22 juillet la fille du président égyptien destitué, Chaïmaa Morsi, lors d'une conférence de presse au siège du Syndicat des ingénieurs.

    "Nous tenons le chef du coup d'Etat et son groupe pour pleinement responsables de la santé et de l'intégrité du président Morsi", a-t-elle ajouté, sans faire état de contact de la famille avec M. Morsi, tenu au secret par l'armée depuis sa destitution le 3 juillet.

    INTERROGÉ "EN LIEU SÛR"

    Plusieurs pays, dont les Etats-Unis et l'Allemagne, ont exigé sa libération ; une demande également exprimée par la chef de la diplomatie européenne, Catherine Ashton, en visite en Egypte le 17 juillet.

    Les nouvelles autorités ont repoussé ces demandes, mais affirmé le 10 juillet qu'il était "en lieu sûr" et "traité dignement". "Mohamed Morsi n'est pas techniquement détenu. Il n'est pas inculpé. L'armée le protège dans ce climat de grande instabilité", a également tenu à rassurer, mardi 16 juillet le porte-parole de l'armée, Ahmed Ali, sur la chaîne Al-Arabiya.....http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2013/07/22/egypte-la-famille-de-morsi-va-poursuivre-le-chef-de-l-armee-pour-enlevement_3451114_3212.html#xtor=RSS-3208
    22/7/13

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  86. EU verlangt Freiheit für Mursi....

    Die Europäische Union macht sich für die Befreiung des entmachteten ägyptischen Machthabers Mohammed Mursi stark: In einer gemeinsamen Stellungnahme riefen die EU-Außenminister die ägyptische Führung auf, "alle politischen Gefangenen freizulassen, einschließlich Mohammed Mursi". Die Minister zeigten sich "tief besorgt" über die Lage in Ägypten und forderten schnelle Neuwahlen.

    Mursi war am 3. Juli nach Massenprotesten gegen seine islamistische Herrschaft gestürzt worden. Seitdem wird er an einem unbekannten Ort und ohne formelle Anklage festgehalten. Weder Angehörige noch Anwälte hatten bislang Zugang zu ihm.....http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/mursi314.html
    22/7/13

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  87. Le général Al-Sissi appelle les Egyptiens à manifester "contre le terrorisme"...

    Le chef de l'armée demande aux Egyptiens de descendre dans la rue le 26 juillet pour lui "donner mandat pour en finir" avec la violence et le terrorisme. Les Frères musulmans rejettent ces "menaces".

    "J'appelle tous les Egyptiens honnêtes à descendre dans la rue vendredi pour me donner mandat pour en finir avec la violence et le terrorisme". Lunettes noires vissées sur le nez, le chef de l'armée égyptienne, le général Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, a ainsi exhorté la population à lui manifester son soutien, lors d'une cérémonie militaire, ce mercredi, tandis que les Frères musulmans partisans du président Mohamed Morsi renversé par l'armée continuent de mobiliser pour réclamer son retour.

    L'homme fort du pays -il est également vice-Premier ministre et ministre de la Défense- a appelé "les Egyptiens à descendre dans la rue pour montrer au monde leur volonté comme avant le 30 juin" lors des manifestations de masse pour exiger le départ de Mohamed Morsi, déposé le 3 juillet.
    Les Frères musulmans rejettent les "menaces" de l'armée...http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/proche-orient/le-general-abdel-al-sissi-appelle-les-egyptiens-a-manifester-contre-le-terrorisme_1268843.html
    24/7/13

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  88. Egyptian army gives Brotherhood ultimatum ...Military official says group has 48 hours to join roadmap after army calls for rallies on Friday, Reuters reports....

    Egypt's army has given the Muslim Brotherhood until Saturday afternoon to sign up to political reconciliation, a military official said, after the army issued a statement saying it might use tougher tactics against the group.

    "We will not initiate any move, but will definitely react harshly against any calls for violence or black terrorism from Brotherhood leaders or their supporters. We pledge to protect peaceful protesters regardless of their affiliation," the official told the Reuters news agency, saying they had 48-hours to comply.

    The army deposed President Mohamed Morsi on July 3 and installed an interim administration that has set out a roadmap for a new political transition leading to parliamentary elections in about six months.

    Earlier, the army signalled it would change its strategy for dealing with "violence and terrorism" after protests it has called on Friday.

    In a statement posted on a Facebook page affiliated to the army command, the military said it was ready to turn its guns on anyone involved in either.

    Meanwhile, the White House has urged the Egyptian army to exercise restraint and caution and has said it is concerned about rhetoric that inflames the tensions.
    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/201372517948899595.html
    25/7/13

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  89. Morsi faces array of charges: Murder, kidnapping, conspiring with Hamas ...

    CAIRO- Egyptian authorities have detained President Mohamed Morsi for 15 days over an array of accusations, including killing soldiers and conspiring with the Palestinian group Hamas, the state news agency said on Friday.

    The report came just hours before millions of Egyptians were expected to take to the streets in mass rallies for and against Egypt's first freely elected leader, who was ousted by the military on July 3. Morsi has been held by the military since his downfall.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Morsi-faces-array-of-charges-murder-kidnapping-conspiring-with-Hamas-321143
    26/7/13

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  90. Haftbefehl gegen Mursi wegen Hamas-Kontakten...

    Ägyptens Staatsanwaltschaft hat Haftbefehl gegen Mohammed Mursi erlassen. Grund sind offenbar Kontakte zur radikalislamischen Hamas. Zuvor hatte der UN-Generalsekretär die Freilassung gefordert.

    Der vom Militär gestürzte ägyptische Präsident Mohammed Mursi sitzt seit Freitag formell in Untersuchungshaft. Ein Untersuchungsrichter verhängte über den islamistischen Politiker 15 Tage Arrest, um ihn zu Verschwörungsvorwürfen zu befragen, wie das staatsnahe Nachrichtenportal "al-Ahram" berichtete. Seit seiner Absetzung am 3. Juli wurde Mursi vom Militär an einem unbekannten Ort festgehalten.

    Mit den Verschwörungsvorwürfen haben die Behörden des Landes nun erstmals eine Anklage gegen ihn formuliert. Der Ex-Präsident wird beschuldigt, sich mit der palästinensischen Hamas-Bewegung zur "Ausführung feindlicher Akte" in Ägypten abgesprochen zu haben. Die islamistische Hamas herrscht seit 2006 im benachbarten Gazastreifen.

    In Ägypten wird die Untersuchungshaft in der Regel für 15 Tage verhängt und dann stets um jeweils weitere 15 Tage verlängert......http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article118402004/Haftbefehl-gegen-Mursi-wegen-Hamas-Kontakten.html
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  91. Αίγυπτος: παράταση κράτησης Μόρσι διέταξε το δικαστήριο...

    Δικαστήριο του Καΐρου διέταξε σήμερα την παράταση κατά 15 ημέρες της κράτησης του αποπεμφθέντος ισλαμιστή προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, στο πλαίσιο των περαιτέρω ερευνών για την φερόμενη εμπλοκή του σε επιθέσεις κατά της αστυνομίας, οι οποίες αποδόθηκαν στην ισλαμιστική Χαμάς, στις αρχές του 2011, και την απόδρασή του από τη φυλακή Ουάντι Νατρούν την ίδια εποχή, μετέδωσε το αιγυπτιακό πρακτορείο ειδήσεων ΜΕΝΑ.

    Η εντολή δόθηκε από τον αρμόδιο για την έρευνα δικαστή που απήγγειλε στον Μόρσι κατηγορία για συνωμοσία με τη Χαμάς που είχε στόχο την πραγματοποίηση "εχθρικών ενεργειών" στη χώρα κατά την κλιμάκωση των διαδηλώσεων εναντίον του καθεστώτος του Χόσνι Μουμπάρακ, αναφέρει στην ιστοσελίδα της η εφημερίδα αλ Άχραμ.

    Ο Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, που κρατείται σε μυστικό σημείο από τον στρατό, μετά την αποπομπή του στις 3 Ιουλίου, τέθηκε επισήμως σήμερα υπό κράτηση για μέγιστη διάρκεια 15 ημερών.

    Οι φερόμενες αυτές "εχθρικές ενέργειες" περιλαμβάνουν επιθέσεις σε κτίρια των υπηρεσιών ασφαλείας, αποδράσεις από φυλακή, προσχεδιασμένες δολοφονίες αστυνομικών και απαγωγή άλλων.

    Η Μουσουλμανική Αδελφότητα από την οποία προέρχεται ο Μόρσι αντέδρασε άμεσα δηλώνοντας ότι η απόφαση της δικαιοσύνης να θέσει υπό προληπτική κράτηση τον Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι για γεγονότα που χρονολογούνται στις τελευταίες ημέρες του καθεστώτος του Χόσνι Μουμπάρακ σημαίνει "επιστροφή στη βία" του πρώην καθεστώτος.

    "Οι κατηγορίες σε βάρος του Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι ηχούν σαν μια εκδίκηση του πρώην καθεστώτος που λέει ότι επιστρέφει στη βία", δήλωσε ο εκπρόσωπος του κινήματος Γκέχαντ ελ Χαντάντ, χαρακτηρίζοντας τις κατηγορίες "γελοίες". "Δεν λαμβάνονται διόλου σοβαρά υπόψη. Συνεχίζουμε τις διαμαρτυρίες μας στους δρόμους. Στην πραγματικότητα πιστεύουμε ότι περισσότερος κόσμος θα συνειδητοποιήσει τι αντιπροσωπεύει στην ουσία αυτό το καθεστώς: επιστροφή στο παλιό κράτος του Μουμπάρακ, με ωμή βία".
    - See more at: http://www.sigmalive.com/news/international/57524#sthash.2LRfdqST.dpuf
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    1. Hamas slams Egypt over Morsi detainment and interrogation...

      Hamas on Friday condemned Egypt for the decision to detain ousted President Mohamed Morsi and interrogate him over a connection to the governing body of Gaza, AFP reported.

      "Hamas condemns this move since it is based on the premise that the Hamas movement is hostile," spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri reportedly told AFP.

      "This is a dangerous development, which confirms that the current powers in Egypt are giving up on national causes and even using these issues to deal with other parties -- first among them the Palestinian cause."
      http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Report-Hamas-slams-Egypt-over-Morsi-detainment-and-interrogation-321148
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  92. Αίγυπτος: Τεταμένη η κατάσταση στο Κάιρο...

    Συγκρούσεις ξέσπασαν σήμερα στο Κάιρο μεταξύ υποστηρικτών και αντιπάλων του ανατραπέντος ισλαμιστή προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, καθώς ξεκινούν σε όλη τη χώρα οι διαδηλώσεις που οργανώνουν από τη μία ο στρατός και από την άλλη οι Αδελφοί Μουσουλμάνοι.

    Οι αιγυπτιακές αρχές έχουν εντείνει τα μέτρα ασφαλείας τόσο στην πρωτεύουσα όσο και στις άλλες μεγάλες πόλεις καθώς υπάρχει ο κίνδυνος τα δύο αντίπαλα στρατόπεδα να επιχειρήσουν να λύσουν τις διαφορές τους στους δρόμους. Από τις αρχές του μήνα, στις ταραχές που συνδέονται με την πολιτική κρίση έχουν χάσει τη ζωή τους περισσότεροι από 200 άνθρωποι.

    Μετά το μεσημέρι διαδηλωτές συγκρούστηκαν στη συνοικία Σούμπρα, στα ανατολικά του Καΐρου, πετώντας πέτρες και μπουκάλια οι μεν στους δε. Νωρίτερα, σύμφωνα με αυτόπτες μάρτυρες, αντίπαλοι του Μόρσι είχαν κάψει πορτρέτα του πρώην προέδρου.

    Μετά το κάλεσμα του κινήματος των Αδελφών Μουσουλμάνων προς τους οπαδούς τους, χιλιάδες Αιγύπτιοι άρχισαν να συγκεντρώνονται γύρω από περίπου 30 τεμένη προκειμένου να πραγματοποιήσουν πορεία προς το Πανεπιστήμιο του Καΐρου και το τέμενος Ραμπάα αλ Ανταουίγια, στα βορειοανατολικά της πόλης, όπου υποστηρικτές του ανατραπέντος προέδρου συνεχίζουν εδώ και ένα μήνα τις κινητοποιήσεις τους.....http://www.agelioforos.gr/default.asp?pid=7&ct=1&artid=184316
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  93. Νέα επεισόδια με 24 τραυματίες στην Αίγυπτο...

    Την ώρα που πληροφορίες θέλουν τον έκπτωτο πρόεδρο της Αιγύπτου, Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, να έχει μεταφερθεί από τη μυστική τοποθεσία όπου κρατείτο από τις 3 Ιουλίου που πραγματοποιήθηκε το στρατιωτικό πραξικόπημα, σε φυλακή της χώρας, η ένταση σε πλατείες και δρόμους έχει επανέλθει.

    Δημοσιεύματα του διεθνούς Τύπου κάνουν λόγο για 24 τραυματίες στο Κάιρο και τη Νταμιέτα, ενώ ήδη 50 ασθενοφόρα κατευθύνονται στην περιοχή Μονούφια βόρεια του Καΐρου, ώστε να αντιμετωπιστούν τυχόν τραυματισμοί.

    Όπως αναφέρει το Al-Jazeera τουλάχιστον επτά άνθρωποι έχουν τραυματιστεί στην Αλεξάνδρεια σε συγκρούσεις ανάμεσα σε υποστηρικτές και αντιπάλους του Μόρσι, ενώ όπως αναφέρεται οι δύο αντίπαλες ομάδες πραγματοποίησαν επίθεση με πέτρες......http://www.protothema.gr/world/article/297909/nea-epeisodia-me-24-traumaties-stin-aigupto/
    26/7/13

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  94. Egypte: trois morts à Alexandrie entre partisans et adversaires de Morsi...

    Trois Egyptiens ont été tués et une cinquantaine blessés, ce vendredi, à Alexandrie dans le nord de l'Egypte. Lors de rassemblements de protestation, des affrontements ont éclaté entre pro et anti-Morsi, le président déchu.....http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/afrique/egypte-deux-morts-a-alexandrie-entre-partisans-et-adversaires-de-morsi_1269523.html
    26/7/13

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    1. Death toll from Egypt protests climbs to seven ...

      At least seven people were killed and hundreds wounded in scattered violence across Egypt during mass rallies for and against the army's overthrow of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, who was placed under investigation for murder.

      With hundreds of thousands taking to the streets on Friday, the new bloodshed deepened the turmoil convulsing the Arab world's most populous country, and could trigger a decisive move by the military against Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood.

      Egypt's army-installed interior minister, Mohamed Ibrahim, said month-old Cairo vigils by supporters of the deposed leader would be "brought to an end, soon and in a legal manner," state-run al Ahram news website reported.
      http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Death-toll-from-Egypt-protests-climbs-to-seven-321185
      27/7/13

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    2. Los Hermanos Musulmanes denuncian la muerte de 31 partidarios de Mursi...

      Los Hermanos Musulmanes denuncian que al menos 31 miembros de la organización han muerto este sábado en El Cairo al ser atacados por las fuerzas de seguridas mientras protestaban contra el golpe de Estado en el que fue destituido el presidente Mohamed Mursi.

      "Son 31 fallecidos confirmados", afirmó el portavoz de la Hermandad Gehad El-Haddad a Reuters, y agregó además que la cifra de muertos podría aumentar. Al menos otras 175 personas resultaron heridas por arma de fuego continuó El-Haddad.
      http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2013/07/27/internacional/1374898872.html
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    3. At least 38 Morsi supporters killed near Cairo rally...

      Injuries from overnight clashes between security forces and supporters of ex-president overwhelm field hospital near sit-in.

      Yehia Mikkia said Saturday that the total number killed in the overnight clashes is likely higher. Many casualties were transported to hospitals outside the sit-in, where the protesters have been camped for over three weeks. He said hundreds were wounded.

      The clashes started after police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of Morsi supporters who tried to extend the sit-in in eastern Cairo.

      They came hours after millions took to the streets answering a call from the head of the army, who said he wanted a mandate to stop “potential terrorism” by Morsi supporters.....http://www.timesofisrael.com/at-least-16-morsi-supporters-killed-near-cairo-rally/
      27/7/13

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    4. Muslim Brotherhood says more than 70 killed in Cairo attack ...

      CAIRO - At least 70 people died on Saturday after security forces attacked supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo, Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad said, adding the toll could be much higher.

      Al Jazeera's Egypt television station reported 120 had died and some 4,500 had been injured in the early morning violence on the fringes of a round-the-clock vigil being staged by backers of Morsi near a Cairo mosque.
      http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Muslim-Brotherhood-says-more-than-70-killed-in-Cairo-attack-321188
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    5. Αίγυπτος: Διαρκείς συγκρούσεις με 100 νεκρούς από χθες...

      Συγκρούσεις που ξέσπασαν σήμερα το πρωί στον απόηχο της χθεσινής επίθεσης των δυνάμεων ασφαλείας κατά διαδηλωτών υπέρ του ανατραπέντος προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι στο Κάιρο ανεβάζουν σε πάνω από 100 τα θύματα σύμφωνα με ανεπιβεβαίωτες πληροφορίες.

      Με το πρώτο φως της ημέρας συγκρούσεις ξέσπασαν στο δρόμο προς το αεροδρόμιο του Καΐρου. Σύμφωνα με τους Αδελφούς Μουσουλμάνους, οπαδοί τους δέχτηκαν επίθεση και 10 απ' αυτούς έχασαν τη ζωή τους. Το πρακτορείο ειδήσεων ΜΕΝΑ μεταδίδει ότι οι διαδηλωτές εκτόξευσαν πέτρες στην αστυνομία, που απάντησε με δακρυγόνα, προσθέτοντας ότι ακούστηκαν ριπές όπλου από άγνωστη πλευρά. Ανακοίνωση των ΑΜ κάνει λόγο για “νέο έγκλημα” των δυνάμεων ασφαλείας “μπροστά από το μνημείο στον αυτοκινητόδρομο”, που οδηγεί στο αεροδρόμιο, και καταγγέλλει ότι μετά τη ρίψη δακρυγόνων στους διαδηλωτές, “άρχισαν να πυροβολούν σκοτώνοντας 10 ανθρώπους, από τους οποίους οι επτά βρήκαν το θάνατο από ελεύθερους σκοπευτές, ενώ τραυματίστηκαν πάνω από 100”.

      Νεώτερη ανακοίνωση του εκπροσώπου των Αδελφών Μουσουλμάνων σχετικά με τα σημερινά επεισόδια κάνει λόγο για τουλάχιστον 70 νεκρούς, ενώ το τηλεοπτικό δίκτυο Αλ Τζαζίρα ανεβάζει σε 120 τον αριθμό των νεκρών και μιλάει για 4.500 τραυματίες. Σύμφωνα με το δίκτυο, οι εξαιρετικά βίαιες συγκρούσεις ξέσπασαν σήμερα το πρωί στο περιθώριο ολονύκτιας διαμαρτυρίας οπαδών του Μόρσι κοντά σε τέμενος του Καΐρου.....http://www.enet.gr/?i=news-room.el&id=377126
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  95. Egypte: 65 morts dans les affrontements entre pro et anti-Morsi au Caire...

    Selon le ministère égyptien de la Santé, au moins 65 personnes ont péri dans les violences samedi entre pro et anti Mohamed Morsi. Les deux camps se rejettent la responsabilité des affrontements.

    Les affrontements survenus samedi au Caire ont fait au moins 65 morts, a indiqué le ministère de la Santé dans un communiqué. Par ailleurs, le bilan des tués vendredi à Alexandrie (nord), deuxième ville du pays, entre adversaires et partisans du président déchu Mohamed Morsi est passé de huit à neuf morts, a précisé le ministère.

    Les violences vendredi et samedi ont également fait 269 blessés au Caire, et 479 dans le reste du pays, selon ce communiqué. Le nombre des morts au Caire correspond pratiquement à celui obtenu dans la matinée dans l'hôpital de campagne des partisans de Mohamed Morsi (37 morts) et ceux dénombrés par le ministère de la Santé dans des hôpitaux publics (29), soit 66 au total.

    Ces personnes ont perdu la vie aux premières heures de la matinée dans des affrontements avec la police non loin de la mosquée de Rabaa al-Adawiya, dans le nord-est du Caire, où les islamistes ont établi un campement depuis un mois environ.

    Les partisans de Mohamed Morsi avaient initialement parlé de "plus de 100 morts" au Caire, mais un de ses porte-parole, Ahmed Aref, a parlé de "au moins 66 tués" dans une conférence de presse samedi après-midi. ....http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/proche-orient/egypte-les-pro-et-anti-morsi-se-rejettent-la-responsabilite-des-violences_1269650.html
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  96. Egypt minister: Pro-Morsi protesters to be dispersed...

    Egypt's interior minister has warned supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi that they will "soon" be dispersed from a sit-in in Cairo.

    Minister Mohammed Ibrahim said lawsuits filed by residents near a mosque provide legal cover for the clearance.

    But thousands insist they will stay at the Rabaa al-Adawia mosque.

    The area was the scene of bloody clashes between the army and protesters on Saturday, with doctors estimating that more than 100 people were killed.

    The health ministry puts the death toll lower, at 65.....http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23478947
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  97. EU's Ashton heads to Egypt as crisis deepens...

    CAIRO: EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton headed to Egypt on Sunday, as the country's political crisis deepened with a deadlock between the interim government and supporters of the ousted president.

    Ashton's visit, confirmed by Egypt's vice presidency, comes a day after 72 people were killed at a protest in support of deposed Islamist leader Mohamed Morsi.

    The bloodshed prompted defiance from Morsi's supporters, who pledged to continue their protests calling for his reinstatement.

    The presidency said it was "saddened" by the deaths, but that they came in a "context of terrorism".

    Sporadic violence continued throughout the country on Sunday, with two killed in separate clashes, a security source said.

    Ten gunmen were also killed during an operation by security forces in the Sinai Peninsula, the official MENA news agency said.

    Egypt's vice presidency said Ashton would meet with interim president Adly Mansour and vice president for international relations Mohamed ElBaradei.

    MENA said she would also hold talks with members of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood and the Tamarod group that organised the protests that preceded his ouster.

    The visit comes amid polarisation in Egypt, with Morsi supporters accusing security forces of firing on unarmed civilians and the presidency denouncing "terrorism"....http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2013/Jul-28/225364-eus-ashton-headed-to-cairo-egypt-vice-presidency.ashx#ixzz2aNAPmdWt
    28/7/13

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    1. EU foreign policy chief arrives in Egypt to meet with leaders ...

      EU foreign policy chief Cathrine Ashton arrived to Egypt for meetings with various leaders on Monday following a weekend of continued turmoil and violent demonstrations, AFP reported.

      Ashton was scheduled to meet General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the head of the Egyptian armed forces who led the overthrow of Morsi, the country's interim president, Adli Mansour, and officials of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Brotherhood's political wing.
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  98. EGYPTE. Les pro-Morsi appellent à une manifestation massive mardi...

    Les partisans de Mohamed Morsi ont appelé à une marche réunissant "un million de manifestants" mardi pour réclamer le retour au pouvoir du président égyptien destitué le 3 juillet par l'armée après des manifestations massives réclamant son départ. "Nous appelons (...) à une marche mardi d'un million de personnes sous le slogan 'les martyrs du coup d'Etat'", a annoncé lundi 29 juillet dans un communiqué une coalition de groupes islamistes favorables au président déchu.

    Le pays est dans l'impasse politique, alors que le pouvoir a adressé une série de mises en garde aux partisans de Morsi, qui se refusent à toute concession, faisant redouter une nouvelle confrontation meurtrière.

    La représentante de la diplomatie de l'Union européenne (UE) Catherine Ashton est quant à elle arrivée dans la soirée au Caire pour la deuxième fois en moins de deux semaines. Catherine Ashton, qui rencontrera toutes les parties, notamment le vice-président Mohamed ElBaradei, a souhaité une "issue pacifique", appelant à "un processus de transition politique totalement inclusif, et associant tous les groupes politiques, y compris les Frères musulmans". Les Frères ont indiqué que certains de leurs dirigeants rencontreraient la responsable européenne. De son coté, le secrétaire général de l'ONU Ban Ki-moon a mis en garde les dirigeants du pays, avertissant que chaque mort rendrait plus difficile la sortie de crise.....http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com/monde/20130729.OBS1294/egypte-les-pro-morsi-se-refusent-a-toute-concession.html?xtor=RSS-17
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  99. Government issues fresh Egypt protest warning....Authorities warn of "decisive" action if protesters are considered a threat, as thousands rally for deposed president....

    Egypt's National Defence Council has warned supporters of deposed president Mohamed Morsi that security forces would take "decisive and firm" action if protesters overstepped their rights, as thousands stood their ground at multiple demonstrations across the country.

    The council called on protesters "not to exceed their rights to peaceful, responsible expression of their opinions", warning that they would face "decisive and firm decisions and actions in response to any violations".

    Morsi's supporters responded defiantly, calling for protests at "security administration buildings" on Monday night, followed by a "million-man march" on Tuesday. The group organising the protests, led by the Muslim Brotherhood, urged Egyptians to "go out into the streets and squares to regain their freedom and dignity."

    The warning from the council, which includes interim president Adly Mansour, army chief General Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, the prime minister and interior minister, came in a statement published by state news agency MENA on Sunday.

    The council also called on Morsi loyalists gathered at two sites in Cairo to "immediately announce their clear and categorical rejection of violence in all forms, and the immediate cessation of violence, terrorism and the verbal and physical abuse of citizens"....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/07/2013728221828932157.html
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  100. Ashton in Kairo... Besuch einer guten Verhandlerin...

    29.07.2013 · Die EU-Außenbeauftragte Catherine Ashton ist seit Sonntag in Kairo. Als einzige ausländische Vermittlerin hat sie derzeit Zugang zu allen politischen Kräften Ägyptens.

    Es geschieht nicht oft, dass die EU in einem großen Krisenherd um diplomatische Hilfe gebeten wird, in Ägypten war es nun aber der Fall. Auf Bitte der Übergangsregierung und von Staaten aus der Region reiste die EU-Außenbeauftragte Catherine Ashton zu Beginn der Woche nach Kairo, um den Konfliktparteien ihre Dienste anzubieten. Sie war vor kurzem schon einmal in der ägyptischen Hauptstadt gewesen und hatte damals etwas geschafft, was den Amerikanern bisher nicht gelungen ist: Sie konnte auch mit den Muslimbrüdern sprechen. Frau Ashton ist damit derzeit die einzige ausländische Vermittlerin, die Zugang zu allen politischen Kräften in Kairo hat.

    Auch auf dieser Reise konnte sie mit den maßgeblichen Leuten reden. Schon am Sonntagabend, kurz nach ihrer Ankunft, traf sie Vizepräsident Mohamed El Baradei; am Montag kam sie dann mit Präsident Adli Mansour, Armeechef Abd al Fattah al Sisi, anderen Regierungsmitgliedern, gesellschaftlichen Gruppen und eben auch wieder mit Vertretern der Muslimbrüder zusammen. Damit es auch alle mitbekämen, ließ sie schon vor ihrer Ankunft in einer Mitteilung festhalten: „Unsere Botschaft lautet, dass alle politischen Gruppen am Übergang beteiligt werden müssen, auch die Muslimbrüder.“ Das ist seit dem Militärputsch die grundsätzliche Haltung der EU, die von allen 28 Mitgliedstaaten getragen wird.....http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/ausland/afrika/ashton-in-kairo-besuch-einer-guten-verhandlerin-12310851.html
    29/7/13

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    1. Ashton meets with ousted Egyptian president Morsi ...

      EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton met with deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi on Monday evening, her spokeswoman confirmed via Twitter.

      The two held a "two hour in-depth discussion," spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic said.
      http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Ashton-meets-with-ousted-Egyptian-president-Morsi-321474
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    2. Catherine Ashton a rencontré Morsi et assure qu'il "va bien"...

      Après avoir rencontré Mohamed Morsi sur son lieu de détention au Caire pendant deux heures, la chef de la diplomatie de l'Union européenne, Catherine Ashton, a affirmé, mardi 30 juillet : "M. Morsi va bien" et il a "accès aux informations". "Nous avons eu une discussion amicale, ouverte et directe, a assuré Mme Ashton, se refusant à divulguer le contenu de ces discussions. Nous avons discuté en profondeur"
      M. Morsi n'est pas apparu en public depuis sa destitution le 3 juillet par l'armée après des manifestations monstres réclamant son départ. Depuis, il a été officiellement mis en détention et doit être transféré à la prison Torah.....http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2013/07/30/egypte-morsi-va-bien-selon-ashton_3455329_3212.html#ens_id=1538049&xtor=RSS-3208
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  101. le Guide des Frères musulmans jugé pour "incitation au meurtre"...

    Mohamed Badie, le Guide des Frères musulmans égyptiens, actuellement recherché, est accusé d'avoir incité au meurtre de manifestants au Caire le 30 juin, trois jours avant le renversement par l'armée du président Mohamed Morsi. ....http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/monde/video-egypte-le-guide-des-freres-musulmans-juge-pour-incitation-au-meurtre_1270510.html
    31/7/13

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  102. Egyptian FM says Morsi not "shrine" for visitors....

    CAIRO, July 31 (Xinhua) -- Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsiwas not a "shrine" for visitors and he was being investigated in connection with a number of issues, newly-appointed Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy said Wednesday.

    Visits to Morsi by EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and an African Union(AU) delegation were aimed at allowing the visitors to get information from Morsi on what happened in Egypt, he explained.

    But it did not mean that Morsi was an attraction site for visitors, Fahmy was quoted as saying by Egypt's official news agency MENA.

    All people who have met Morsi reiterated support for Egypt's roadmap plan, as well as their condemnation of acts of violence and terrorism, he added.

    The foreign minister said an Egyptian human rights group also wanted to visit Morsi, but the deposed president refused to meet them.....http://english.cntv.cn/20130801/102896.shtml
    1/8/13

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  103. German FM on mediation mission in Egypt...

    CAIRO, July 31 (Xinhua) -- German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle on Wednesday arrived in Cairo for a three-day visit, stepping up diplomatic efforts to resolve the political deadlock amid looming fresh bloodshed in the country.

    According to state-run MENA news agency, Westerwelle is expected to discuss with Egyptian officials about the latest developments in Egypt and issues of mutual interest. He is also to meet Muslim Brotherhood leaders.

    Westerwelle's visit comes in the framework of the European mediation efforts to bring all Egyptian political factions to the negotiation table.

    Al-Ahrame, a semi-official newspaper, reported that Westerwelle has received no response from the Egyptian authorities to his request for a meeting with ousted President Mohamed Morsi, who has been held incommunicado since his overthrow by the military on July 3....http://english.cntv.cn/20130801/103802.shtml
    1/8/13

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  104. Germany urges Egypt to avoid 'selective justice'...

    (Reuters) - Germany urged Egypt to avoid "the appearance of selective justice" on Thursday following the arrests of some senior leaders of deposed President Mohamed Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood.

    German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle was speaking to journalists alongside his Egyptian counterpart Nabil Fahmy, who responded by saying: "There is no justice of vengeance and no selective justice. There is law and it applies to everyone."....http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/01/us-egypt-protests-germany-idUSBRE9700GA20130801?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews
    1/8/13

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  105. Westerwelle setzt sich für gestürzten Mursi ein...

    Der deutsche Außenminister Westerwelle fordert bei seinem Besuch in Ägypten ein rechtsstaatliches Verfahren für den abgesetzten Präsidenten Mursi. Er rief die Menschen im Land auf, Brücken zu bauen.

    Bei seinem Besuch in Ägypten hat Bundesaußenminister Guido Westerwelle (FDP) auf ein gesetzmäßiges Verfahren im Fall Mursi gedrungen. Deutschland setze "immer und überall auf friedliche Konfliktlösungen, auf Rechtsstaatlichkeit und auf die Einhaltung der Menschenrechte", sagte Westerwelle nach einem Treffen mit dem ägyptischen Übergangsaußenminister Nabil Fahmi.

    Forderungen nach einer Freilassung des gestürzten islamistischen Staatschefs wiederholte Westerwelle nicht. Deutschland habe wie die EU-Partner und die USA gefordert, dass es einen neutralen Zugang zu Mursi gebe. Dies sei durch den Besuch der EU-Außenbeauftragten Catherine Ashton geschehen – "das begrüße ich".

    Fahmi wies Vorwürfe zurück, dass im Fall Mursi das Gesetz gebeugt werde: "Es gibt keine Rachejustiz." Das Gesetz werde "auf alle angewendet".....http://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article118590700/Westerwelle-setzt-sich-fuer-gestuerzten-Mursi-ein.html
    1/8/13

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  106. Kerry : l'armée égyptienne a déposé Morsi pour "rétablir la démocratie"...

    Le secrétaire d'Etat américain, John Kerry, a jugé jeudi 1er août que l'armée égyptienne avait déposé le président Mohamed Morsi début juillet dans le but de rétablir la démocratie. M. Kerry est en visite au Pakistan et était interrogé par une télévision privée pakistanaise sur la position ambiguë des Etats-Unis face à la crise politique en Egypte depuis que le président Morsi, élu au printemps 2012, a été renversé par l'armée le 3 juillet.

    "Des millions et des millions de gens ont demandé à l'armée d'intervenir. Tous avaient peur d'une descente dans le chaos et la violence, a assuré M. Kerry sur la télévision Geo. Et l'armée n'a pas pris le pouvoir, d'après ce que nous pouvons en juger jusqu'à présent. Pour conduire le pays, il y a un gouvernement civil. En fait, elle rétablissait la démocratie."....http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2013/08/01/kerry-l-armee-egyptienne-a-depose-morsi-pour-retablir-la-democratie_3456637_3212.html#ens_id=1538049&xtor=RSS-3208
    1/8/13

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  107. Supporters of Egypt's Morsi call for renewed rallies, despite gov't warnings ....

    Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have called for renewed demonstrations amid warnings from the interim government against such rallies, Al Jazeera reported Friday.

    According to the report, demonstrators were expected to participate in sit-ins in defiance of the government's order to Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood supporters to abandon a vigil they have maintained with thousands of supporters camping out to demand Morsi's return.

    The Brotherhood says it will not leave the streets unless Morsi is restored.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Supporters-of-Egypts-Morsi-call-for-renewed-rallies-despite-govt-warnings-321870
    2/8/13

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  108. Pro-Morsi demonstrators to stage 33 rallies in Cairo, Giza...

    Backers of ousted President Mohamed Morsi will stage 33 rallies in Cairo and Giza on Friday to denounce the overthrow of the elected leader.
    CAIRO (AA) – Backers of ousted President Mohamed Morsi will stage 33 rallies in Cairo and Giza on Friday to denounce the overthrow of the elected leader.

    The rallies will start from mosques in the two governorates following the weekly prayers, the National Alliance for the Defense of Legitimacy, made up mostly of Islamist parties and groups supportive of Morsi, declared in a statement late Thursday.....http://www.aa.com.tr/en/rss/211209--pro-morsi-demonstrators-to-stage-33-rallies-in-cairo-giza
    2/8/13

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  109. Al-Qaeda chief Zawahiri accuses US of "plotting" Egypt Morsi ouster...

    Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri accused the US of "plotting" with the Egyptian military, secularists and Christians to overthrow Egypt's Islamist president Mohamed Morsi, in an audio recording posted on militant forums.

    In his first public comment on the July 3 military coup, the Al-Qaeda boss, himself an Egyptian, said: "Crusaders and secularists and the Americanised army have converged... with Gulf money and American plotting to topple Mohamed Morsi's government."

    In the 15-minute recording, Zawahiri also accused Egypt's Coptic Christian minority of supporting the Islamist president's ouster to attain "a Coptic state stripped from Egypt's south."

    Zawahiri attacked Vice President Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel Laureate and former UN nuclear watchdog chief who was an opposition leader during Morsi's single year in office.

    ElBaradei is the "envoy of American providence," Zawahiri said, labelling the former International Atomic Energy Agency chief as "the destroyer of Iraq."

    Zawahiri, who belonged to the militant Egyptian Islamic Jihad group, criticised Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood movement for going soft on applying strict Islamic law.....http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/al-qaeda-chief-zawahiri/764178.html
    3/8/13

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  110. Η Διεθνής Αμνηστία ζητά να γίνει έρευνα για βασανιστήρια από υποστηρικτές του Μόρσι ...

    Η Διεθνής Αμνηστία ζήτησε την άμεση έναρξη έρευνας, για τους ισχυρισμούς ότι οι υποστηρικτές του ανατραπέντος προέδρου της Αιγύπτου, Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, βασάνισαν αντιπάλους τους στο Κάιρο. Στη σχετική ανακοίνωση της Διεθνούς Αμνηστίας σημειώνεται ότι, οι αντίπαλοι των υποστηρικτών του ισλαμιστή ηγέτη «ξυλοκοπήθηκαν, υποβλήθηκαν σε ηλεκτροσόκ ή μαχαιρώθηκαν από πιστούς του πρώην προέδρου».

    «Τα αποδεικτικά στοιχεία, που συμπεριλαμβάνουν μαρτυρίες από επιζώντες, αναφέρουν ότι οι υποστηρικτές του ανατραπέντος προέδρου, Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, βασάνισαν άτομα που ανήκουν σε αντίπαλες πολιτικές παρατάξεις», αναφέρει ο οργανισμός για την υπεράσπιση των ανθρωπίνων δικαιωμάτων σε σχετική ανακοίνωση. «Οι ισχυρισμοί ότι άτομα συμμετέχουν σε βασανιστήρια είναι εξαιρετικά σοβαροί και θα πρέπει να διερευνηθούν επειγόντως», δήλωσε η Χασίμπα Χατζ Σαχράουι, αναπληρώτρια διευθύντρια της οργάνωσης για τη Μέση Ανατολή και τη βόρεια Αφρική.

    Ωστόσο, η κα Σαχράουι προειδοποιεί ότι η προσωρινή κυβέρνηση της Αιγύπτου δεν πρέπει να χρησιμοποιεί τα πραγματικά περιστατικά βασανιστηρίων, ως πρόσχημα «για να τιμωρήσει συλλογικά όλους τους υποστηρικτές του Μόρσι και να καταφεύγει σε υπερβολική χρήση βίας, για να διαλύσει την καθιστική διαμαρτυρία τους». Περισσότεροι από 250 άνθρωποι έχουν σκοτωθεί από την ημέρα της αποπομπής του Μόρσι, ως επί το πλείστον υποστηρικτές των ισλαμιστών, κατά τη διάρκεια συγκρούσεων με τις δυνάμεις ασφαλείας ή τους αντιπάλους του ανατραπέντος προέδρου.
    http://www.e-typos.com/Post.aspx?id=38140
    3/8/13

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  111. Ο ΓΓ του ΟΗΕ ζητά να αφεθεί ελεύθερος ο Μόρσι...

    Ο Γενικός Γραμματέας του ΟΗΕ Μπαν Κι Μουν επανέλαβε σήμερα το αίτημά του για την απελευθέρωση του αποπεμφθέντα από τον στρατό προέδρου της Αιγύπτου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι και απηύθυνε έκκληση για συμφιλίωση στην χώρα αυτή σε τηλεφωνική συνομιλία που είχε με τον Αιγύπτιο υπουργό Εξωτερικών Νάμπιλ Φάχμι.

    Σύμφωνα με ανακοίνωση του ΟΗΕ, ο Μπαν ζητεί από τις αιγυπτιακές αρχές "να προστατεύσουν τα θεμελιώδη δικαιώματα όλων των Αιγυπτίων, μεταξύ των οποίων είναι η ελευθερία της έκφρασης και της συνάθροισης".

    "Επανέλαβε το αίτημά του να αφεθεί ελεύθερος ο Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι (...) και ζήτησε από τους Αιγύπτιους ηγέτες να προχωρήσουν σε μια αληθινή και αξιόπιστη διαδικασία συμφιλίωσης".

    "Μια ειρηνική και χωρίς βέτο πολιτική διαδικασία είναι η μόνη βιώσιμη λύση στην Αίγυπτο", δήλωσε ο Μπαν στον συνομιλητή του.
    http://www.e-typos.com/Post.aspx?id=38316
    6/8/13

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  112. Egypte : crainte d'un bain de sang pour la fin du ramadan...

    Les festivités de l'Aïd-el-Fitr, pour la fin du ramadan, risquent de tourner court, jeudi 8 août, en Egypte, où des milliers de partisans du président islamiste déchu Mohamed Morsi défient l'appel du gouvernement intérimaire à se disperser au plus vite.

    Des milliers d'hommes, de femmes et d'enfants ont commencé à manifester, participant à une grande prière qui marque officiellement la fin du mois de jeûne sur les places Rabaa Al-Adawiya et Nahda de la capitale égyptienne, occupées depuis le 3 juillet.

    Les manifestants ont ensuite convergé dans une ambiance festive vers un campement des Frères musulmans dans le nord-est du Caire. L'appel des pro-Morsi à défiler est relayé d'autres régions, comme à Alexandrie, la deuxième ville du pays, et à Qena, dans le Sud.

    La veille, le gouvernement a menacé une nouvelle fois de les disperser par la force, affirmant s'être retenu jusqu'alors en raison du "caractère sacré du ramadan". Il a donné son feu vert au ministère de l'intérieur pour "nettoyer" les deux lieux. Mais jeudi, ni l'armée, ni la police mettaient à exécution leurs menaces d'un démantèlement par la force.

    IMPASSE POLITIQUE.....http://www.lemonde.fr/afrique/article/2013/08/08/egypte-les-pro-morsi-defient-le-gouvernement-pour-la-fin-du-ramadan_3458861_3212.html#ens_id=1538049&xtor=RSS-3208
    8/8/13

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  113. Report: Egyptian prosecutors have evidence Morsi incited murder of protesters ...

    Egyptian prosecutors have evidence that ousted president Mohamed Morsi incited the murder of protesters during the demonstrations that followed Morsi's controversial constitutional decree which gave him sweeping powers late last year, Egyptian daily Al-Masry Al-Youm quoted informed judicial sources as saying Saturday.

    According to the report, East Cairo Prosecution, charged with investigating the clashes in which dozens were killed and hundreds were injured, called on the public prosecutor to designate a judge to question Morsi.

    Al-Masry Al-Youm quoted sources as saying Morsi, who has been in custody since his July 3 ouster by the military, faces charges of "involvement in torture, intimidating citizens and attempted murder."

    Egypt announced a criminal investigation against Morsi shortly after his ouster last month, with prosecutors saying they were examining complaints of spying, inciting violence and ruining the economy.

    The public prosecutor's office issued a statement at the time saying it had received complaints against Morsi and eight other named Islamist figures including top Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie, and others it did not identify. '
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Report-Egyptian-prosecutors-have-evidence-Morsi-incited-murder-of-protesters-322625
    10/8/13

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  114. Lage in Ägypten... UN-Generalsekretär Ban Ki Moon "tief besorgt"...

    UN-Generalsekretär Ban Ki Moon ruft die Anhänger und die Gegner des gestürzten Präsidenten Mohammed Mursi dazu auf, sich gegenseitig nicht weiter zu provozieren und damit Menschenleben zu riskieren.

    Die Führer der Konfliktparteien sollten alles tun, um einen weiteren Verlust von Menschenleben zu vermeiden. Ban vertraue darauf, dass Ägypten, wenn es nicht zu Gewalttaten kommen werde, einen Ausweg aus der Krise finden werde.

    Nach dem Freitagsgebet protestierten Zehntausende Islamisten gegen die Entmachtung Mursis. Der Vorbeter im Protestlager der Islamisten vor der Rabea-al-Adawija-Moschee in Kairo sagte den Angaben zufolge: "Auch wenn sie uns alle töten, wir werden nicht weichen." Er rief den Gläubigen zu: "Die Orte des Protests sind wie ein Stück vom Paradies." Größere Kundgebungen von Islamisten wurden auch aus Alexandria und Bani Sueif gemeldet.....http://www.n24.de/n24/Nachrichten/Politik/d/3321772/un-generalsekretaer-ban-ki-moon--tief-besorgt-.html
    10/8/13

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  115. Αίγυπτος: «Προαναγγελία» για στρατιωτική δράση κατά των Αδελφών Μουσουλμάνων...Φόβους για νέο αιματοκύλισμα και περαιτέρω εκτράχυνση της κατάστασης...

    Φόβους για νέο αιματοκύλισμα και περαιτέρω εκτράχυνση της κατάστασης στην Αίγυπτο προκαλεί η «προαναγγελία» επέμβασης των δυνάμεων καταστολής στις δύο πλατείες του Καΐρου όπου παραμένουν συγκεντρωμένοι κατά χιλιάδες εδώ και δύο εβδομάδες υποστηρικτές των Αδελφών Μουσουλμάνων ζητώντας την αποκατάσταση του ανατραπέντος προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι.

    Πηγές ασφαλείας και κυβερνητικοί αξιωματούχοι αναφέρουν ότι η αστυνομία θα αρχίσει να αναλαμβάνει δράση από τα ξημερώματα της Δευτέρας για τη διάλυση του πλήθους στις δύο κατασκηνώσεις, που αποτελούν τα κεντρικά σημεία ανάφλεξης στη σύγκρουση στρατού και ισλαμιστών μετά την πραξικοπηματική ανατροπή του Μόρσι στις 3 Ιουλίου.

    Παρατηρητές ανέμεναν ότι η μεταβατική κυβέρνηση υπό τα ηνία των Ενόπλων Δυνάμεων θα περίμενε ως την Κυριακή, ημέρα που τελειώνει η γιορτή Έιντ αλ Φιτρ, με την οποία ολοκληρώνεται το Ραμαζάνι, πριν διατάξει τις δυνάμεις ασφαλείας να εξαπολύσουν επίθεση.

    Και όντως το απόγευμα της Κυριακής πηγές κυβέρνησης και στρατού προανήγγειλαν επέμβαση για τη διάλυση των καθιστικών συγκεντρώσεων διαμαρτυρίας, οι οποίες τις τελευταίες ημέρες έχουν μεγαλώσει σε όγκο.

    Η κυβέρνηση κατηγορεί πολλούς διαδηλωτές ότι είναι «τρομοκράτες» και ότι χρησιμοποιούν γυναίκες και παιδιά σαν «ανθρώπινες ασπίδες». Ανά διαστήματα οι διαδηλωτές στις δύο πλατείες φθάνουν τις δεκάδες χιλιάδες και μία επιχείρηση του στρατού γεννά φόβους για αιματοχυσία με πολλά θύματα και απρόβλεπτες συνέπειες.

    Μεσολαβητές από τη Δύση και τον αραβικό κόσμο, καθώς και ορισμένα μέλη της κυβέρνησης, επιχείρησαν ανεπιτυχώς ως φαίνεται να πείσουν το στρατό να αποφύγει τη χρήση βίας για τη διάλυση των διαδηλωτών, όπως μεταδίδει το ειδησεογραφικό πρακτορείο Reuters.

    «Στρατεύματα της κρατικής ασφάλειας θα έχουν αναπτυχθεί γύρω από τις καθιστικές συγκεντρώσεις έως τα χαράματα ως πρώτο βήμα των διαδικασιών που θα οδηγήσουν στην απομάκρυνση [των διαδηλωτών]» δήλωσε ανώτατος αξιωματούχος των υπηρεσιών ασφαλείας, λέγοντας ότι η επιχείρηση θα αρχίσει με την περικύκλωση των κατασκηνώσεων.

    Έτερη πηγή των υπηρεσιών ασφαλείας δήλωσε ότι η απόφαση για την ανάληψη δράσης, αμέσως μετά τη λήξη των εορτασμών μετά τον ιερό μήνα του Ραμαζανιού, ήλθε κατόπιν συνάντησης του υπουργού Εσωτερικών με τους στενούς του συνεργάτες.
    http://www.tovima.gr/world/article/?aid=525957
    11/8/13

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  116. Crackdown on Cairo protests imminent...

    Egyptian security forces are preparing to encircle pro-Morsi protest camps early on Monday, Al Jazeera learns.

    Egyptian security forces are preparing for a crackdown against supporters of the deposed president Mohamed Morsi who are gathered in Cairo protest camps.

    Security sources told Al Jazeera that Egyptian police would launch action against the protesters early on Monday.

    Al Jazeera's Simon McGregor-Wood, reporting from the pro-Morsi Cairo suburb of Nasr City, on Sunday said that the crackdown would not involve a full-scale assault, but a comprehensive encirclement, where they would let people out, but not back in.

    A senior security source told Reuters news agency earlier that the decision to take action came after a meeting between the interior minister and his aides.

    "State security troops will be deployed around the sit-ins by dawn as a start of procedures that will eventually lead to a dispersal," another source told Reuters.....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/08/2013811163225525429.html
    11/8/13

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  117. Αίγυπτος: Η δικαιοσύνη παρατείνει κατά 15 ημέρες την κράτηση Μόρσι...

    Η αιγυπτιακή δικαιοσύνη ανακοίνωσε σήμερα ότι παρέτεινε κατά 15 ημέρες την προσωρινή κράτηση του προέδρου Μοχάμεντ Μόρσι, ο οποίος καθαιρέθηκε και συνελήφθη από τον στρατό της Αιγύπτου στις 3 Ιουλίου.

    Ο Μόρσι, ο οποίος κρατείται σε μυστική τοποθεσία από τον στρατό, τέθηκε επισήμως υπό προσωρινή κράτηση στις 26 Ιουλίου και του απαγγέλθηκαν κατηγορίες για πιθανολογούμενη εμπλοκή σε φονικές επιχειρήσεις που αποδίδονται στην Χαμάς κατά την διάρκεια της εξέγερσης κατά του προέδρου Χόσνι Μουμπάρακ το 2011.

    Οι κατηγορίες αφορούν ιδιαιτέρως την βοήθεια που φέρεται ότι του παρείχε η Χαμάς για να δραπετεύσει από φυλακή στην οποία τον είχε κλείσει το καθεστώς Μουμπάρακ στις αρχές του 2011, λίγο πριν ο τελευταίος εκδιωχθεί από την εξουσία.

    Αιγυπτιακό δικαστήριο απεφάνθη στις 23 Ιουνίου ότι η Χαμάς, η οποία βρίσκεται στην εξουσία στην Λωρίδα της Γάζας, καθώς και η σιιτική οργάνωση του Λιβάνου Χεζμπολάχ, εμπλέκονταν στην σημαντική αυτή απόδραση από την φυλακή του Ουάντι Νάτρουν, η οποία βρίσκεται βορειοδυτικά της πρωτεύουσας.

    Εκείνη την εποχή, ο Μόρσι είχε διαβεβαιώσει ότι ο ίδιος και άλλα 33 μέλη των Αδελφών Μουσουλμάνων που κρατούνταν μαζί του δεν είχαν δραπετεύσει, αλλά «κάτοικοι τους είχαν ανοίξει τις πόρτες» της φυλακής......http://www.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_kathremote_1_12/08/2013_513796
    12/8/13

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  118. Miles de seguidores de Mursi desafían las amenazas de represión y marchan en El Cairo...

    La manifestación -convocada por la Coalición Nacional de Defensa de la Legitimidad, a la que pertenecen varios grupos islamistas, entre ellos los Hermanos Musulmanes- partió después del mediodía local de la mezquita de Fath, en el distrito de Ramsés, hacia el campamento de Rabaa al Adaweya, en la zona de Naser City.

    Durante la marcha, la nutrida concurrencia compuesta, mayoritariamente por hombres -aunque también se veían mujeres-, gritó consignas como "Abajo el poder de los militares" y "Mursi, Mursi, no hay más Dios que Alá", en medio de pancartas con el rostro del ex mandatario, informó la agencia de noticias EFE.

    La manifestación se realizó tras informaciones difundidas ayer que apuntaban a una inminente intervención policial con el objetivo de desmantelar los campamentos de protesta en las plazas de Rabaa al Adaweya y del Nahda, levantadas después de que Mursi fuera depuesto por el Ejército el pasado 3 de julio....http://www.telam.com.ar/notas/201308/28531-miles-de-seguidores-de-mursi-desafian-las-amenazas-de-represion-y-marchan-en-el-cairo.html
    12/8/13

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  119. Pro-Morsi protest camps in Cairo being cleared...

    Egyptian security forces have begun clearing two protest camps in Cairo occupied by supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi.

    Reports say 15 people have been killed as police cut off side streets and bursts of gunfire were heard.

    Teargas is being fired and helicopters flew overhead as security forces moved on the camps in the east and west of the city.

    The protesters want Mr Morsi, deposed by the military on 3 July, reinstated.

    The interior ministry issued a statement saying security forces were taking "necessary measures" against the protest at the Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque in the east of Cairo and the protest in Nahda Square in the east.

    The statement said a safe exit would be provided for protesters and they would not be pursued, "except those who are wanted by the prosecution".

    The interior ministry is keen "not to shed any Egyptian blood", the statement went on.

    Muslim Brotherhood TV, which is allied to the ousted president, called for people to send cars to the sit-ins to take casualties to hospital.

    Protesters have been camped outside the mosque, and at Nahda Square for the past six weeks.

    More than 250 people have been killed in clashes since then.

    On Tuesday, one person was killed in a confrontation between supporters and opponents of Mr Morsi in Giza after people marched from Nahda Square to a nearby complex of government buildings to protest against the appointment of several military officers as provincial governors.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23691571
    14/8/13

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  120. Several dead as Egypt storms pro-Morsi camps...At least 15 people reportedly killed as security forces launch operation to remove supporters of former president....

    Several people were reportedly killed as security forces started an operation to clear pro-Morsi protesters who have been camped out on the streets of Cairo since the Egyptian president was deposed by the military last month.

    On Wednesday, live footage from Cairo showed smoke engulfing Nahda square and there were reports of tear gas and birdshot being used on supporters of the ex-president Mohamed Morsi, who was removed from power on July 3.

    Bulldozers were said to have been used to uproot the camps, and the army sealed off roads leading to Nahda.

    Meanwhile, security forces also stormed Nasr City, and there were reports that snipers opened fire on protesters at Rabaa al-Adawiya square....http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/08/201381452017193693.html
    14/8/13

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  121. Report: Egypt government dissolves Brotherhood NGO...

    CAIRO - The Egyptian government has decided to dissolve the Muslim Brotherhood as a registered non-governmental organisation, the state-run Al-Akhbar newspaper reported on Friday, adding that the decision would be announced next week.

    "The minister's decision has in fact been issued but it will be announced at the start of next week in a press conference," Al-Akhbar quoted Hany Mahana, spokesman for the minister of social solidarity, as saying.

    The decision applies to the NGO that was formally registered by the Brotherhood in March in response to a lawsuit that argued the movement had no legal status. The Brotherhood was founded in 1928 and formally dissolved by Egypt's army rulers in 1954.
    http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Report-Egypt-government-dissolves-Brotherhood-NGO-325391
    6/9/13

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  122. Islamist takeover of town in Egypt leaves Christians in fear...

    The Coptic Orthodox priest would only talk to his visitor after hiding from the watchful eyes of the bearded Muslim outside, who sported a pistol bulging from under his robe.

    So Father Yoannis moved behind a wall in the charred skeleton of an ancient monastery to describe how it was torched by Islamists and then looted when they took over this southern Egyptian town following the ouster of the country's president.

    "The fire in the monastery burned intermittently for three days. The looting continued for a week. At the end, not a wire or an electric switch is left," Yoannis told The Associated Press. The monastery's 1,600-year-old underground chapel was stripped of ancient icons and the ground was dug up on the belief that a treasure was buried there.

    "Even the remains of ancient and revered saints were disturbed and thrown around," he said.

    A town of some 120,000 — including 20,000 Christians — Dalga has been outside government control since hard-line supporters of the Islamist Mohammed Morsi drove out police and occupied their station on July 3, the day Egypt's military chief removed the president in a popularly supported coup. It was part of a wave of attacks in the southern Minya province that targeted Christians, their homes and businesses.

    Since then, the radicals have imposed their grip on Dalga, twice driving off attempts by the army to send in armored personnel carriers by showering them with gunfire.

    Their hold points to the power of hard-line Islamists in southern Egypt even after Morsi's removal — and their determination to defy the military-backed leadership that has replaced him.

    With the army and police already fighting a burgeoning militant insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula, there are growing signs that a second insurgency could erupt in the south — particularly in Minya and Assiut provinces, both Islamist strongholds and both home to Egypt's two largest Christian communities.

    The takeover of Dalga has been disastrous for the Christian community in the town, located 270 kilometers (160 miles) south of Cairo in Minya, on the edge of the Nile Valley near the cliffs that mark the start of the desert......

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/06/islamist-takeover-south-egypt-town-leaves-christians-in-fear/#ixzz2eBc3X7ZQ
    6/9/13

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  123. Report: Mubarak says Egypt’s ‘real uprising’ began in 2005, not 2011...

    Al Arabiya

    Egypt’s former President Hosni Mubarak has reportedly said the country’s 2011 uprising that ousted him from power had initiated in 2005 and was instigated by Washington, an Egyptian newspaper reported on Sunday.

    Citing leaked recordings in which Mubarak can allegedly be heard, Egypt’s independent Youm 7 newspaper published excerpts of the recordings.

    Mubarak had stepped down in 2011 following the 18-day uprising against his 30-year rule. He was placed under house arrest last month and is still pending charges of complicity in the deaths of protesters in 2011.

    The former president was quoted by the newspaper as saying that the U.S. fabricated a rumor about his son Gamal Mubarak, which spread the news that he wanted to succeed his father's rule.

    The paper quoted Mubarak as saying that the alleged rumor caused his son to come under heavy criticism.

    Mubarak also allegedly commented on the current situation in Egypt, saying that he thought Egypt's army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood until he proved him wrong.

    Sisi overthrew Islamist President Mohammad Mursi in July, following mass protests against Muslim Brotherhood rule. He had previously served as Mubarak's military intelligence chief.

    Mubarak also reportedly said in the recordings that Egypt’s next president must be from the military.

    The ousted leader has also accused supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood of receiving money to hold sit-in protests in Cairo’s Rabaa al-Adawiya Square, which was dispersed last month in a deadly military crackdown.

    He also thinks that Sinai has been “ruined” after the deposed Mursi released “terrorist” prisoners in the country.

    He also said that Mursi supporters and Muslim Brotherhood protesters will end their demonstrations once the “terrorists” are re-arrested.

    “[Former Interior Minister] Habib el-adly used to arrested arrest 2000 of them and everything would calm down,” Mubarak was quoted as saying, referring to the minister who is now in prison facing charges of corruption.

    “If he was out of prison now he would take care of everything in three days,” Mubarak was also quoted as saying.

    The former president was also quoted as saying that Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had once offered to resettle Gazans in Sinai but that he refused.

    “Netanyahu suggested to me that we relocate those Gazans to Sinai, but I refused and told him to forget it, neither I nor anyone bigger than me will be able to mess with the Egypt’s borders,” he was quoted as saying by Youm 7.
    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/09/15/Report-Egypt-s-real-uprising-began-in-2005-says-Mubarak-.html
    15/9/13

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  124. 15 killed, over 80 wounded as Egypt protests turn violent – state TV...

    Egyptian celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the Arab-Israeli War were marred by a fresh wave of violence, with 15 people killed and dozens wounded in clashes between police and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

    Egypt’s Health Ministry says at least 15 people were killed on Sunday across the nation. Most of the dead had gunshot wounds, security sources told Reuters. Eighty-six others sustained injuries, according to state TV.

    In Cairo, Egyptian police fired tear gas to disperse pro-Morsi demonstrators as they marched towards Tahrir Square, where pro-army supporters gathered to celebrate the 1973 war anniversary. The tear gas and birdshots reportedly sent protesters running towards western Cairo’s Dokki neighborhood. Police chased demonstrators and beat them up before detaining them, a witness told AFP.

    Clashes also erupted in the Garden City district in the center of the capital, where police fired tear gas and chased protesters along the Nile Corniche, forcing some demonstrators to jump into the water. Police boats were sent to retrieve protesters.

    Unrest was reported in other parts of Cairo and in several other cities, including Alexandria, Aswan, and Suez. Earlier on Sunday, a pro-Morsi supporter was killed and at least two people were injured after clashes with police erupted during a protest march in the town of Delga, located 300 kilometers south of the capital.....http://rt.com/news/egypt-clashes-cairo-morsi-808/
    6/10/13

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  125. Ägypten: Mehrere Tote bei Protesten von Muslimbrüdern...

    Tausende Anhänger der Muslimbrüder haben sich nach der Niederschlagung ihrer Proteste wieder auf die Straße getraut. Bei Zusammenstößen starben mindestens 50 Menschen.

    Bei Zusammenstößen zwischen demonstrierenden Anhängern des gestürzten ägyptischen Präsidenten Mohammed Mursi und Sicherheitskräften sind in Ägypten mindestens 50 Menschen getötet worden. Mindestens 45 Tote habe es allein in Kairo gegeben, sagte ein Beamter des ägyptischen Gesundheitsministeriums.

    Außerhalb Kairos seien mindestens fünf weitere Menschen getötet worden, sagte der Ministeriumsbeamte. Landesweit wurden mindestens 268 Menschen verletzt. Die meisten der Opfer seien an Schusswunden gestorben. ....http://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2013-10/aegypten-muslimbrueder-polizei
    7/10/13

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  126. Cinco soldados mueren al norte del país....Los islamistas anuncian más protestas y llaman a tomar Tahrir el viernes...

    Tras la tempestad que dejó ayer al menos 53 muertos y más de 200 heridos, una calma relativa se ha instalado este lunes en El Cairo. La violencia sigue instalada en otras zonas de Egipto. Al menos cinco soldados han muerto en la ciudad de Ismailia, en el norte del país, en un ataque de hombres armados. A su vez, dos personas han fallecido y otras 48 han resultado heridas en una explosión a las puertas de un edificio de la seguridad en el sur de la península del Sinaí.

    Entretanto, los islamistas lloran a sus mártires y reclaman una investigación internacional de "los crímenes" cometidos por el líder del ejército y presidente 'de facto' del país Abdelfatah al Sisi. El general prometió ayer que seguirá cumpliendo "el mandato popular de luchar contra el terrorismo".

    El baño de sangre que tiñó ayer las calles de El Cairo durante la fiesta nacional que conmemora la guerra árabe-israelí de 1973 demostró que los partidarios de Mohamed Mursi, derrocado el pasado 3 de julio, han recuperado el aliento. "El aumento de los manifestantes indica la resistencia y la perseverancia frente a las fuerzas golpistas. La mayoría del pueblo está decidido a recuperar la legitimidad perdida", señaló la ex parlamentaria de la Hermandad Azza el Garf.

    Crecida por el éxito de participación de ayer, la Alianza Nacional en Defensa de la Legitimidad -que reúne a los defensores de Mursi- ha anunciado este lunes una nueva semana de movilizaciones bajo el lema de 'El pueblo recupera el espíritu de Octubre'. Este lunes ya se han registrado pequeñas protestas a las puertas de la Universidad de El Cairo y en distintas provincias del país.

    Y aunque ayer no lo lograron, los islamistas han llamado a tomar el próximo viernes la simbólica plaza Tahrir. "Tahrir pertenece a todos los egipcios y nadie nos impedirá manifestarnos allí a pesar de los sacrificios", agrega. "Mientras los golpistas tienen celebraciones festivas para una facción de la nación en la que bailan sobre los cadáveres de sus compatriotas que se oponen al golpe, envían a sus fuerzas para matar, mutilar y arrestar a los egipcios pacíficos", denuncia el bloque en un comunicado.

    Entretanto, Al Sisi -honrado como un salvador por la multitud que ayer acudió a Tahrir- manifestó anoche que seguirá con la represión. "Somos responsables antes de Dios de seguir cumpliendo con el mandato popular y proteger a Egipto y los egipcios", declaró en el discurso del cuadragésimo aniversario de la guerra árabe-israelí que allanó el camino a la devolución de la península del Sinaí. "El ejército es tan fuerte como las pirámides gracias al pueblo", insistió antes de reconocer que "las fuerzas armadas están dispuesta a sacrificar la vida de sus miembros por el bien del pueblo".
    http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2013/10/07/internacional/1381133564.html
    7/10/13

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  127. The killings of at least 817 people by Egyptian security forces last year probably amount to a crime against humanity, Human Rights Watch says....

    A report by the US-based group says 1,000 or more people probably died in one day around Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque.

    The deaths came during demonstrations broken up by Egyptian security forces.

    Executive director Kenneth Roth said the deaths were "one of the world's largest killings of demonstrators in a single day in recent history".

    Mr Roth and a colleague were stopped from entering Egypt on Monday.

    They were due to launch the new report at a press conference in the Egyptian capital, but were deported after being held for 12 hours at Cairo International Airport.

    The group's year-long investigation focused on six demonstrations in July and August 2013 that were forcefully broken up by security forces, then under the command of now-President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi.

    Mr Sisi, who was then a general running Egypt's military and was elected head of state in May 2014, oversaw the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013.

    In the aftermath his armed forces launched a brutal crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood supporters...............http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28746899
    12/8/14

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  128. Egypt's Rabaa deaths 'crime against humanity'.....Human Rights Watch says killings were planned at highest levels of government and calls for senior leaders to be probed....

    A new report has alleged that the Egyptian security forces' killings of at least 1,000 protesters at the Rabaa al-Adawiya Square sit-in last year in Cairo "most likely amount to crimes against humanity".

    The 195-page Human Rights Watch (HRW) report released on Tuesday found that Egyptian security forces "gunned down hundreds of unarmed protesters" when they moved in to disperse the sit-in on August 14.

    The killings were "part of a policy to use lethal force against largely unarmed protesters on political grounds," HRW found, and resulted in "one of the world's largest killings of demonstrators in a single day in recent history".

    HRW said that over a dozen senior Egyptian leaders should be investigated for their parts in the protesters' deaths, including Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim and current President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, who was defence minister at the time.

    "This wasn’t merely a case of excessive force or poor training. It was a violent crackdown planned at the highest levels of the Egyptian government. Many of the same officials are still in power in Egypt, and have a lot to answer for," said Kenneth Roth, HRW’s executive director, in a statement.

    Roth was denied entry into Egypt on Monday, along with another senior staff member, after being held at Cairo's international airport for 12 hours. They were on their way to Egypt to release the report.

    Badr Abdel Atty, the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs spokesperson, told Al Jazeera on Monday that the government would not comment on the report until it was officially released...................http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2014/08/rabaa-deaths-crime-against-humanity-hrw-20148884531513947.html
    12/8/14

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