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Egyptians Discuss Economy Ahead of Ra...
Cairo
By Amir Nabil
11 Jun 2014

11, June, 2014
Cairo, Egypt
Video shows dates market in Shubra, Cairo, prior to Ramadan, and interviews with people talking about the market situation in Egypt.

Mohamad Mustafa al-Bahrawi, Employee:
“Things are available but very expensive, and it is not obtainable by people with limited wages, this situation might be because things are imported from outside of Egypt or because of the greed of merchants”.

Um Eisa, Dates sales person:
“The market situation is really good and there is a huge turn out to buy things, and the prices are reasonable and obtainable by everybody except for the Syrian "Amr aldin" (a type of sweets made of apricot), which is a bit expensive. The turn out is huge because of their excitement for president al-Sisi”.

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The Wedding Dress Tailor of Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By jmontasir
02 Jun 2014

Madame Zeinab is a feisty, 60 year-old tailor who operates a small workshop in Cairo making wedding dresses. As she pieces together the fabric, she reflects on her own love life –and how the dream of marriage is getting harder for many Egyptians to achieve.

Length 3.10 minutes
Location Cairo, Egypt
Film by Jenny Montasir
Prod. Assistant Ghada Fikri
Music C. Filipe Alves

SHOT LIST:

1 WS Giza street from above
2 MS Fruit sellers working
3 WS Busy street with traffic
4 WS Omraneya commercial street
5 MS Exterior sewing shop
6 MS Madame Zeinab entering workshop
7 CS Madame Zeinab hands moving white fabric on work desk
8 TC Madame Zeinab explains workday
9 CS Madame Zeinab hands draws and measures around dress pattern
10 CS Sewing machine
11 CS Sewing needle and hands moving fabric
12 CS Madame Zeinab eyes
13 MS Religious texts on wall
14 CS Black and white thread spools
15 MS Madame Zeinab stretches at sewing table
16 MS Crowded workroom, ironing board
17 CU Scissors and rhinestone trim
18 WS Madame Zeinab at sewing table with wedding dress
19 CU Madame Zeinab hand-sewing rhinestones to collar
20 MS Madame Zeinab flipping through notebook with sketches, speaking to off-camera customers
21 WS Madame Zeinab speaking with two female customers
22 TC Madame Zeinab jokes about why customers want to have their own wedding dress
23 WS Giza neighborhood from above
24 WS Omraneya street, teenage boy walking with baby
25 CU Photo of married couple in shop window
26 MS Wedding dress in shop window, traffic moving in reflection
27 MS Older man in street counts money at shop entrance
28 CU Exterior wedding tent
29 MS Children inside wedding tent
30 WS Bride and groom climb onto elevated platform
31 WS Seated women clapping
32 MS Young girl twirls bouquet, pan to seated bride
33 CS Twinkling lights strung in tent
34 CS Young man hypes crowd on microphone, other young man dances alongside him
35 MS Young men dancing frenetically in crowd
36 MS Bride and groom dance in a circle of guests
37 WS Giza street evening
38 MS Madame Zeinab discusses wedding dress design with her daughter
39 CS Notebook and ruler on workdesk
40 WS Madame Zeinab arranging white fabric on work desk
41 MS Madame Zeinab hobbles into break room
42 CS Colorful spools of thread
43 MS Madame Zeinab drinking tea
44 WS Daughter watching political rally on TV
45 CU Daughter's looking up toward TV
46 TC Madame Zeinab on hope for future
47 MS Madame Zeinab working on dress, reflected in mirror
48 MS Madame Zeinab at sewing table with white fabric, makes joke about getting married

SHOT LIST - Rough Version
1 WS Giza street from above
2 MS Fruit sellers working
3 WS Busy street with traffic
4 WS Omraneya commercial street
5 MS Exterior sewing shop
6 MS Madame Zeinab entering workshop
7 CS Madame Zeinab hands moving white fabric on work desk
8 CS Madame Zeinab hands draws and measures around dress pattern
9 CS Sewing machine
10 CS Sewing needle and hands moving fabric
11 CS Madame Zeinab eyes
12 MS Religious texts on wall
13 CS Black and white thread spools
14 MS Madame Zeinab stretches at sewing table
15 MS Crowded workroom, ironing board
16 CU Scissors and rhinestone trim
17 WS Madame Zeinab at sewing table with wedding dress
18 CU Madame Zeinab hand-sewing rhinestones to collar
19 MS Madame Zeinab flipping through notebook with sketches, speaking to off-camera customers
20 WS Madame Zeinab speaking with two female customers
21 WS Giza neighborhood from above
22 WS Omraneya street, teenage boy walking with baby
23 CU Photo of married couple in shop window
24 MS Wedding dress in shop window, traffic moving in reflection
25 MS Older man in street counts money at shop entrance
26 CU Exterior wedding tent
27 MS Children inside wedding tent
28 WS Bride and groom climb onto elevated platform
29 WS Seated women clapping
30 MS Young girl twirls bouquet, pan to seated bride
31 CS Twinkling lights strung in tent
32 CS Young man hypes crowd on microphone, other young man dances alongside him
33 MS Young men dancing frenetically in crowd
34 MS Bride and groom dance in a circle of guests
35 WS Giza street evening
36 MS Madame Zeinab discusses wedding dress design with her daughter
37 CS Notebook and ruler on work desk
38 WS Madame Zeinab arranging white fabric on work desk
39 MS Madame Zeinab hobbles into break room
40 CS Colorful spools of thread
41 MS Madame Zeinab drinking tea
42 WS Daughter watching political rally on TV
43 CU Daughter's looking up toward TV
44 MS Madame Zeinab working on dress, reflected in mirror
45 TC Madame Zeinab explains workday
46 TC Madame Zeinab jokes about why customers want to have their own wedding dress
47 TC Madame Zeinab on hope for future
48 MS Madame Zeinab at sewing table with white fabric, makes joke about getting married

SCRIPT
01:00:12:19-01:00:15:13
My name is Madame Zeinab.
01:00:15:22-01:00:18:22
I have a shop called Al-Karawan in Omraneya.
01:00:19:13-01:00:22:14
We can sew anything.
01:00:25:06-01:00:29:11
I'm here by 10am and I don't go home until 12 at night.
01:00:32:03-01:00:35:16
I stand and cut.
I sit at the machine, and I iron.
01:00:35:17-01:00:37:17
I do everything by myself.
01:00:41:01-01:00:43:06
I got a sewing machine for my engagement
01:00:43:07-01:00:45:17
so I could help my husband and work.
01:00:47:08-01:00:49:20
He was a primary school teacher in Al-Azhar.
01:00:51:02-01:00:52:17
I have five children,
01:00:52:18-01:00:55:18
and their father has been dead for 30 years.
01:00:59:22-01:01:02:03
Nowadays most people just rent.
01:01:02:10-01:01:05:22
It's hard for a woman to buy when
she can barely afford to get married.
01:01:05:23-01:01:09:18
She can't afford the furnishings.
So why would she buy a dress for 3000 pounds?
01:01:14:20-01:01:16:19
A lot of people say, 'I want to tailor my own dress
01:01:16:20-01:01:19:04
to have as a memory in my wardrobe.'
01:01:19:05-01:01:22:17
Whenever she sees it
she'll remember her wedding day.
01:01:22:18-01:01:24:14
Whatever marital problems happen afterward,
01:01:24:15-01:01:26:17
when she sees the dress, she'll calm down.
01:01:29:07-01:01:33:10
I got married in a time when
people married at 18 years old.
01:01:35:13-01:01:37:22
Of course marriage was much easier back then.
01:01:37:23-01:01:42:05
Life was cheap and things weren't
as scarce as they are now.
01:01:51:20-01:01:54:21
A woman can't stay unmarried.
01:01:54:22-01:01:56:18
If she doesn't get married,
what will people say?
01:01:56:19-01:01:59:20
It's even better to get married and get divorced.
01:01:59:21-01:02:03:03
Then at least she can say, 'Yes, I got married.
But I have bad luck.'
01:02:24:14-01:02:26:16
I have a daughter who's a teacher,
01:02:26:17-01:02:29:04
and I have Ahmed who has a bachelor in commerce.
01:02:29:05-01:02:32:22
Osama has a diploma, and Mohamed
has a bachelor in commerce, too.
01:02:32:23-01:02:36:19
But because there's no work, one of them is
a taxi driver and the others do whatever.
01:02:39:23-01:02:36:18
[On radio] The Egyptian Revolution of January 25th, 01:02:39:22-01:02:42:09
the greatest achievement of which was...
01:02:43:09-01:02:45:03
Because of the conditions of the country,
01:02:45:04-01:02:47:13
the youth can't find apartments.
There's no place to live.
01:02:47:14-01:02:50:01
This is what's stopping life.
01:02:50:02-01:02:54:15
Our hope is that this changes
so that the country gets better.
01:02:54:16-01:02:56:08
Enough with the destruction.
01:02:59:19-01:03:02:09
I'm 60 years old and I want to get married.
01:03:04:12-01:03:06:18
I want to get married.

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Egyptian Elections: Polling Stations ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Amr Kotb
27 May 2014

Presidential elections are being held in Egypt between 26th and 28th of May 2014. Only two candidates are in the run: former army general Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and left wing candidate Hamdeen Sabahi.

Hamdeen Sabbahi’s campaign was not only underfunded but faced an uphill battle against the heavy favorite and former army chief, Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi. Despite the low numbers and resources, campaigners and supporters brought high levels of energy to Hamdeen’s events.

Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi's campaign was much better funded than Sabahi’s. The former general’s photos littered the city as campaigners and supporters sought to draw a connection between him, military presidents of the past, and patriotism.

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Egypt Election: Cairo Polling Station...
Cairo
By Sergi Cabeza
27 May 2014

May 27, 2014
Cairo, Egypt

Video shows Egyptian voters casting their ballots at a poling station in the Othman Ben Affan School, in the Shoubra Neighborhood of Cairo. This voting was taking place on the second day of the Egyptian election.

Interviews:

  • Radwa Hassan, University student:

"I am Radwa Hassan,a literature student in the University of Ein Shams, 22 years old, I ask all Egyptians to participate, we are building our country, the people who went down on 25 January and 30/06, should go and vote, each person should vote for the candidate he supports. I ask every mother, father, grandfather, uncle, sister or brother to participate, we have to prove to the world the people who went down on 30/06 are the people who will vote today and make a difference, and to live the freedom and the social justice with Sisi."

  • Riham Hassan, University teacher: "My name is Riham Hassan, a teacher in the university of Ein Shams, I’m 23 years old, I ask all Egyptians to participate in the elections, we are living complete democracy and freedom, we went down in 25 January and 30/06, so we should continue with our revolution and chose the right president who will lead us and make this country an advanced country, and hopefully we will chose the right person, we all support sisi of course."
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Egyptians Vote For a New President in...
By Amir Nabil
26 May 2014

May 26, 2014
Cairo, Egypt

Video B-roll shows people at a polling station in Abdin, central Cairo.
The Egyptian Presidential Election is being held on May 26 and 27, 2014.

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Election Security in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Amir Nabil
26 May 2014

May 26, 2014

Cairo, Egypt

There is heavy security in Cairo for the presidential election. In this video Egyptian intelligence officers are seen investigating what they considered to be a suspicious car on Haram Street in central Cairo. The driver was questioned, but after a short while he was released and sent on his way.

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Egyptians Vote For a New President in...
By Ahmed Medhat
26 May 2014

May 26, 2014
Cairo, Egypt

Video shows people at polling stations in Cairo, Egypt.
The Egyptian Presidential Election is being held on May 26 and 27, 2014.

Maali Zayed, actress:
"We should all participate in the presidential elections, this is a road trip that we should take, I have to tell you that Egyptians didn’t sleep since yesterday, and I am one of them. You know this feeling that Egypt is generating a new president".

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An interview with about Foreigners li...
By Ahmed Maher
09 May 2014

A priest wife and her life in Cairo for more than 23 years. she spoke about her 1st time in Egypt and how it was harder for her to live while she was young and lots of people were sexual harassing her but now as she is getting older people started to stay away from her. also she mentioned that she was in Cairo with her husband while the revolution of Jan 2011 as they were foreigners and they refused to leave an live a new experience of her life with her beloved husband. also she mention that she an her husband Jos Strengholt refuse to leave while the actions of Jan 2011 as it was a dangerous experiences but they liked to be in the middle of the actions and also as a priest and his wife they felt that they should be there to support christian Egyptians with praying.

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Islamic Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By Khaled Sabet
02 May 2014

Texture, lines and faces in day light and at night

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The Day I Stopped Painting - Port Sai...
Egypt
By Eslam Mosbah
09 Apr 2014

The Day I Stopped Painting

Synopsis:

The documentary tells the story of Khaled Omar, the 17-year-old graffiti painter who was killed in Port Said stadium among other 71 young people from the Ultras Ahlawy group in February 2012. It is believed that they were killed as a revenge for their participation in the Egyptian Revolution. The film follows the stories of the Ultras group before the 25th January revolution until the 30th June 2013 demonstrations, which ended the Muslim Brotherhood rule in Egypt.

On the walls of the houses and Metro station in Omrania, you can see the Graffiti painted by Khaled Omar.

Khaled's story is told through his family and friends. A mother who lost her young talented son, his brother who chanted with him in the stadium and shared moments of fun and joy, his cousin and colleague in Ultras who helped him painting Graffiti, his friend who went with him to Port Said stadium and came back alone.

Khaled died, but his Graffiti didn’t. His brother still redraws it so his colors do not die. He also continues, with Khaled's friends, painting pictures of him on the walls of the metro station and the walls of Omrania. They celebrated his 18th birthday with a big Graffiti in front of his house that says “Khaled, we won’t forget you”.

In many streets, Ultras Ahlawy members keep painting Graffiti of their martyrs, and sing. An Ultras song says "The day I stop chanting, I would be surely dead”. Recently they made T-shirts with a new song written on it after the massacre "The day I stop demanding your revenge, I would be surely dead."

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Clashes Between Protesters and Police...
Cairo
By Mohamed Hisham
09 Apr 2014

Clashes at Cairo University between security forces and students protesting Monday's mass death sentence for 529 of Muslim Brotherhood supporters have left one student dead and eight injured, the health ministry reported on Wednesday.
The clashes began when the pro-Brotherhood students tried to move their protest from the university's campus to nearby Al-Nahda Square and were met by security forces, who forced the students back onto the campus, state-run TV reported.
The students shot fireworks at the police and pelted them with stones, state-run TV added.
Private TV channel CBC showed large groups of students running in the vicinity of the university campus and police moving to disperse students gathered in Al-Nahda Square – site of a protest camp for ousted president Mohamed Morsi that was violently cleared by security forces in August.
Brotherhood supporters had previously announced they would protest on Wednesday against the ruling of a court in Minya on Monday in which 529 persons loyal to ousted president Mohamed Morsi were given the death penalty on charges of killing a police officer, among others.
The verdict is expected to be appealed.
A security source told Al-Ahram's Arabic newspaper that groups of pro-Morsi students also protested on Wednesday at Zagazig University in Sharqiya governorate. Twelve people were wounded in clashes that ensued between supporting and opposing students.
The source said rioting students smashed the glass facade of the university's administration building and attacked a number of students and cars.
Police in Zagazig arrested eight rioters and brought the situation "under control," the security source added.

SHOTLIST:

1- Various shots of heavy teargas around the campus of Cairo University.
2- Medium shot of the ambulance.
3- Various shots of the security forces, firemen and ambulances.
4- Medium shot of firemen storm the students with water cannons.
5- Various shots of students and reporters running from teargas and fireworks.
6- Various shots of security forces and armored vehicles moving on.
7- Various shots of security forces storming the students with teargas.

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Funeral of Nadia Haroun
By Leyland Cecco
12 Mar 2014

This is the funeral of Jewish Egyptian leader Nadia Haroun, on March 12, 2014. This is a rare sight in Egypt - Jewish Egyptians.Nadia Haroun was one of Cairo's only 11 Jewish Egyptians. There has been a slow disappearance of Egyptian Jews over the last 60 years. The population has gone from more than 80,000 60 years ago to less than 30 now. Most people inside and outside of Egypt have no idea this community still exists.

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A Warrior In High Heels
Cairo, Egypt
By Sergi Cabeza
18 Feb 2014

“A warrior in High Heels”

by Sergi Cabeza

It's the night before his solo performance, "Inside Out", a stage performance performed in three parts and Hazem has been in the theater all day long. He'll finish two evenings on the stage to finish his trilogy, The Nut, named after the Egyptian goddess of the sky who gave birth to the sun every morning. In his three-part dance show, he shows how Egyptian women gradually lost their importance in society through male domination. His last act addresses modern Egypt.

Hazem’s show crosses a red line that could land him in prison. In the final performance he straps on high heals, a bikini top, and struts down the stage in a catwalk. Several weeks after his show, three men were sentenced to three years in prison for debauchery, the Egyptian law used to condemn homosexuality. A fourth man was given eight years in prison on charges of running a brothel. Two of the men were accused of wearing women's clothes.

And here is Hazem on stage, dancing in his underwear, wearing a bra and a religious cap, taking off his clothes, as he slowly breaks free from a rope hanging from the ceiling that represents societal taboos.

His performance critiques how religion and men dominate his society's sexual norms. The first part was performed by eight women and the second with a mixed roster of boys and girls, but the final, solo act was to turn himself into a sexual transgressor before the eyes of the audience.

He was worried about getting arrested; however, nobody harassed him. Audiences cheered loudly at both of his sold out shows. He charged less than three dollars for tickets, despite the fact that this ticket price did not cover the rent of the theater, costumes and stage crew. A few days after his final show, he received an invitation from Tunisia, where he is due to perform in the beginning of May.

This was not the first time he faced his fears, faced his society and came out even more determined to succeed. In July 2011, Hazem walked into the center of Tahrir Square during an demonstration calling for an Islamic State. He went topless in front of the hardcore, ultra conservative crowds surrounding him and shouted against them.

“He acts in the stage as he is in the streets,” says his proud friend Diego. “He is a warrior in high heels.”

This video includes an interview with Hazem and images of his show.

Note for Sales: Hazem didn't want to give his last name.

SHOT LIST:

The show took place in the Rawabet theatre of Cairo, Egypt, the 18th of February of 2014

-0' 00'' Hazem during one of his rehearsals in the Italian Institute of Culture in Cairo some one week before the premiere of the show.

-0' 14'' Hazem interview.

-0' 20'' Hazem smokes a shish in the morning a day before the show.

-0' 25'' Walking in Cairo towards the theatre the day before the show.

-0' 33'' At the door of the theatre the day before the show.

-0' 38'' Hazem got some flowers sent to him the day before the show.

-0' 42'' Hazem interview

-0' 48'' Hazem during the show

-0' 55'' Hazem interview

-1' 02'' Hazem rehearsing in the theatre the day before the show

-1' 11'' Hazem interview

-1' 17'' Connecting the computer in the control room of the theatre the day before the show

-1' 22'' View of the theatre the day before the show.

-1' 26'' Another view of the theatre, from the stage.

-1' 30'' Hazem interview

-1' 35'' A view of the stage some hours before the show. Workers spread smashed coal as Hazem looks.

-1' 38'' The entrance to the theatre shortly before the show starts.

-1' 42'' People gathering outside the theatre minutes before the show.

-1' 47'' Hazem interview.

-1' 56'' Hazem strips during the show to remain only in his underwear.

-2' 15'' Hazem interview

-2' 21'' Dancing over religious music during the show

-2' 31'' Hazem interview

-2' 37'' The show is finished. People cheers as Hazem thanks the audience.

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Clashes in Egypt Between Pro-Morsi s...
Giza,Egypt
By Mohamed osam
06 Dec 2013

Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohammed Morsi supporters (background) clash with Egyptian riot police during a demonstration in the streets of Al Haram , giza Egyptian police dispersed several rallies by Islamists, firing tear gas at protesters in Cairo as the government tries to stamp out unrest since president Mohamed Morsi's July overthrow

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Clashes in Egypt Between Pro-Morsi s...
Giza,Egypt
By Mohamed osam
06 Dec 2013

Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohammed Morsi supporters (background) clash with Egyptian riot police during a demonstration in the streets of Al Haram , giza Egyptian police dispersed several rallies by Islamists, firing tear gas at protesters in Cairo as the government tries to stamp out unrest since president Mohamed Morsi's July overthrow

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Clashes in Egypt Between Pro-Morsi s...
Giza,Egypt
By Mohamed osam
06 Dec 2013

Muslim Brotherhood and ousted president Mohammed Morsi supporters (background) clash with Egyptian riot police during a demonstration in the streets of Al Haram , giza Egyptian police dispersed several rallies by Islamists, firing tear gas at protesters in Cairo as the government tries to stamp out unrest since president Mohamed Morsi's July overthrow

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Pro-Morsi Demonstrators Take to the S...
Cairo
By keilaniswk
01 Nov 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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Cairo: Pro-Morsi demonstrators take t...
Cairo, Egypt
By keilaniswk
31 Oct 2013

Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Morsi demand his release ahead of his court appearance, November 1, 2013 in Cairo.

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October 6th Protests
Cairo, Egypt
By Transterra Editor
07 Oct 2013

Thousands of protestors took to the street on October 6th not only to commemorate the war against Israel, but many were also calling for the ouster of General Sisi.
By: Leyland Cecco

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October 6th Protests 9
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Protestors flee volleys of tear gas fired by security forces to disperse a march headed towards Tahrir Square.

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October 6th Protests 11
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Youth challenge security forces as tear gas is fired towards the crowds.

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October 6th Protests 10
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Protestors hold up rocks that are thrown at security forces. "They have guns, and this is all we have," said one young protestor.

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October 6th Protests 12
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Protestors clean of tear gas residue during clashes in Cairo's Dokki district.

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October 6th Protests 13
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

A protestor grabs rocks to throw at security forces. Anti military rule groups clashed with police in Cairo's Dokki district.

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October 6th Protests 14
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Protestors flee en masse as security forces fire tear gas to disperse the march headed towards Tahrir Square.

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October 6th Protests 7
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Thousands of protestors took to the street on October 6th not only to commemorate the war against Israel, but many were also calling for the ouster of General Sisi.

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October 6th Protests 4
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

The protestors flashed the '4' in solidarity with those killed during the Rabaa al Adeweya sit-in in August.

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October 6th Protests 3
Cairo, Egypt
By Leyland Cecco
07 Oct 2013

Protestors flash the 'Rabaa' sign in solidarity with those who were killed during the dispersal of the Rabaa al Adeweya sit-in. While some are members of the Muslim Brotherhood, many are frustrated with military rule.