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Egyptian army storms Al-Azhar University, injuring many
Dec11

Students and Security forces clash at Al-Azhar University

By: Al-Masry Al-Youm Source: egyptindependent.com Clashes erupted on Tuesday between pro-Brotherhood students and security forces near Al-Azhar University as students threw stones at the security forces, who responded with tear gas. Hundreds of students marched through campus, chanting slogans against the Interior Ministry in protest of the alleged death of two students in Monday’s clashes at Al-Azhar University, despite the Health Ministry’s announcement that no deaths occurred. Students started a sit-in in front of all campus gates, both male and female, to disrupt study after clashes, leading to a female student breaking her arm. Other clashes erupted between pro and anti-MB...

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At least 24 killed as train, minibus collide in Egypt
Nov20

At least 24 killed as train, minibus collide in Egypt

By: panarmenian.net Source: http://www.panarmenian.net/ At least 24 people were killed and 28 injured Monday, Nov 18, as a train crashed into a minibus and other vehicles south of Egypt’s capital Cairo, officials say, according to BBC News. The freight train, travelling from the city of Beni Suef, hit the vehicles at a crossing about 40km (25 miles) from Cairo. State TV said many of those killed on the bus were members of the extended family returning from a wedding. Egypt’s roads and railways have a notoriously poor safety record. The collision happened near the village of Dahshur, with reports saying the minibus and two other vehicles were involved. Local security officials...

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A riot police officer fires tear gas during clashes between anti-Mursi protesters, and members of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi supporters, in Cairo
Nov14

Egypt announces end of state of emergency

By: http://mwcnews.net Source: http://mwcnews.net/ Egypt’s Cabinet spokesman has announced that the country’s three-month-old state of emergency is ending on Tuesday after a court ruling. A Cairo court ruled earlier in the day that the state of emergency expires on Tuesday, November 12, two days earlier than the interior minister said it would end. The discrepancy came because while the state of emergency began on August 14, it was renewed for two months on September 12. The court said that means it ends on November 12, not November 14. The state of emergency was imposed after a deadly crackdown by security forces on protest camps set up by supporters of former President...

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