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Clashes between Morsi Supporters and ...
Rabaa, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
16 Aug 2013

Clashes between Ex President Morsi supporters and police during the Rabaa and Nahda sit in.

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Egyptians sign on rebel statement cam...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
15 May 2013

Members of the April 6 Youth Movement and the "Tamrod campaign" collected thousands of signatures on the statement of the rebels.
This campaign is working against President Morsi's stay in power.

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Releasing April 6 members detainees ...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
29 Apr 2013

A co-founder of the April 6 youth movement playing with fireworks after having been released from jail.

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Burning Muslim Brotherhood Flag In Ca...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Activists burned a Muslim Brotherhood flag in Tallat Harb square along with thousands of protesters in front of the High Court, against Mohammed Morsi and the Brotherhood.

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Jan 25 Clashes In Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
25 Jan 2013

Thousands gathered on and around the 6th of October Bridge near the state TV building Maspero as protesters battled police, blocking off roads, burning tires, throwing rocks and firebombs.

Protesters also blocked Qasr al-Aini street into Tahrir, throwing rocks at police. The police stayed a good distance away, sitting in chairs letting them throw rocks and occasionally firing teargas from this direction while the main fighting went on the street perpendicular to it.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (9 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

A group of young men take shelter behind a make-shift shelter of scrap metal while exchanging volleys of rocks with the police. For most of the youth taking part in the clashes, it's more of a game, as they jump out to throw a firebomb or rock many are laughing and enjoying the chaos.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (8 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters throw rocks at police just outside of Tahrir on Qasr al-Aini street, a familiar seen over the past two years, but one that many in Egypt are growing tired of and say that it's more of a game for the youth, with no aim or goal in sight.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (7 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

A protester who is part of the Ahly Ultras, football supporters of the team Ahly and arguably the main physical force behind most of the clashes, holds up a teargas canister made in the U.S. The young man was fighting with police just outside Tahrir Square on Qasr al-Aini street.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (6 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters burn a traffic barrier and other rubbish while fighting with police outside Tahrir Square on Qasr al-Aini street. The age range was anywhere from young children around 8 years old and up, and was treated more like a game to most there as they were laughing and street vendors were selling food to spectators.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (5 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Protesters stand on a wall blocking Qasr al-Aini street into Tahrir, throwing rocks at police. The police stayed a good distance away, sitting in chairs letting them throw rocks and occasionally firing teargas from this direction while the main fighting went on the street perpendicular to it.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (4 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Thousands gathered on and around the 6th of October Bridge near the state TV building Maspero as protesters battled police, blocking off roads, burning tires, throwing rocks and firebombs.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (2 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Thousands gathered on and around the 6th of October Bridge near the state TV building Maspero as protesters battled police, blocking off roads, burning tires, throwing rocks and firebombs.

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January 25th Clashes in Cairo (1 of 10)
Cairo, Egypt
By mgdowney
25 Jan 2013

Thousands gathered on and around the 6th of October Bridge near the state TV building Maspero as protesters battled police, blocking off roads, burning tires, throwing rocks and firebombs.

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Clashes Erupt In Egypt’s Tahrir Squar...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
12 Oct 2012

Clashes erupted on Friday, October 12, between pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters and other secularist groups in iconic Tahrir Square, leaving approximately 42 injured, according to Egypt’s Health Ministry.
Protestors threw rocks and Molotov Cocktails at each other.
Several protests with different goals are occupying Tahrir square today.
Liberal and leftists forces have called for a protest dubbed "Accountability Friday" protesting against the poor performance of President Mohamed Morsi, after the end of his first 100-day plan.
On the other hand, the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists groups gathered at Tahrir Square, condemning the acquittal of 24 former regime figures who were accused of involvement in the Battle of the Camel during the January 25 Revolution.
Opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood expressed their rejection of the formation and activities of the Constitution Writing Panel, which is tasked with drafting Egypt’s new constitution after the January 25 Revolution.
They also protest against what they see as President Morsi's failure to fulfill his promises to meet demands of democracy and social justice.
Protestors seek a reformed Constitution Writing Panel that represents all Egyptians, the implementation of a minimum and maximum wage and a reduction in the price of basic commodities.
While on the other hand, Muslim Brotherhood supporters call for retribution for the victims of the revolution and the resignation of the General-Prosecutor.
Fighting has broken out between pro- and anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square after pro-Brotherhood supporters destroyed the stage of Hamdeen Sabbahi's Popular Current and burnt a banner calling for the reformation of the Constitution writing panel.
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: October 12, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: October 12, 2012
Length: 0:02:17
Video Size: 112 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Wide shot of massive numbers of pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements in support of the victims of the revolution and against the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing them during the January 25 Revolution
  2. Various shots of both sides of protestors targeting each other with rocks
  3. Wide shot of protestors raising a large Egyptian flag
  4. Various shots of clashes between both sides of protestors while targeting each other with rocks at Tahrir square
  5. Wide shot of anti- Muslim Brotherhood protestors marching at Tahrir square and shouting statements against the MB
  6. Various shots of clashes between protestors
  7. Medium sot of one of the anti-MB protestors shouting statements against the Muslim Brotherhood General-Guide
  8. Various shots of crowds of supporters of the MB at Tahrir square, shouting statements in support of Morsi and other statements condemning the acquittal of the defendants responsible of killing the martyrs during the January 25 Revolution
  9. Wide shot of protestors marching, shouting and raising a large banner of one of the victims of the revolution
    Various shots of crowds of protestors raising Egyptian flags
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Egypt Puts Former Presidential Candid...
Cairo, Egypt
By PaulGadalla
30 Aug 2012

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: Archive
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: August 30, 2012
Length: 0:01:18
Video Size: 64.5 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Wide overview shot of the Nile River, Cairo
2- Various shots of former presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq heading to cast his vote at Egypt’s first freely presidential elections after January 25 Revolution
3- Medium shot of Shafiq casting his vote
4- Various shots of Shafiq amid crowds of reporters and security, leaving after casting vote
5- Zoom out shot of Shafiq speaking during a recent press conference
6- Various shots of Shafiq speaking during a press conference that was held at his campaign headquarters in the presence of large number of his supporters
7- Various shots of Shafiq speaking in recent press conferences during his presidential campaign

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Morsi Takes Oath As Egypt’s First Ele...
Cairo, Egypt
By Daniel Crossman
30 Jun 2012

Egypt’s president-elect, Mohamed Morsi, took a formal oath of office before Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court on Saturday, June 30, as the country’s first freely elected civilian president.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi:
"I swear by Almighty Allah that I will sincerely preserve the republican system, respect the constitution and the law, look after the interests of the people completely, and protect the nation's independence and the safety of its lands."

Morsi addressed the Constitutional Court, noting that he respects the judiciary system and the legislative system, and that he will do his job to protect the independence of these authorities, stressing that Egypt would remain a strong country with the help of its people.
He highlighted that Egypt is a civil, constitutional and modern state.
President Morsi then headed to Cairo University for his official inauguration ceremony, where he addressed the nation before former MPs of Egypt’s houses of parliament and other political figures.
Head of Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Chief of Staff Sami Annan, founder of the Constitution Party Mohamed ElBaradei, Egyptian scientist and Noble Prize Laureate Ahmed Zowail and PM Kamal El-Ganzouri attended the ceremony.
Morsi praised the armed forces for the critical role they played during the revolution that toppled Egypt’s former regime of Hosni Mubarak, noting that the army will return to their barracks with their original role of protecting the borders of the country.
Moris said that he would work to maintain national security and protect the borders of the nation along with the armed forces.
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egyptian president-elect Mohamed Morsi:
"I will do my best to preserve our national security and protect the borders of this nation along with the Armed Forces, the shield and sword of the nation."

Morsi also expressed appreciation to the role played by judges, the armed forces and police officers for supervising and securing the elections process and ensuring its transparency.
He pledged to both Muslims and Christians to draw up a better future for Egypt and to fulfill the goals of the revolution: freedom, social justice and dignity.
Morsi addressed families of the revolution’s victims, vowing to bring justice for the casualties and injures of the revolution.
In a symbolic gesture, Morsi took an oath of office before tens of thousands of his supporters at Tahrir Square on Friday, June 29, where he delivered a speech to the nation, vowing to provide social justice and a good standard of living for all Egyptians.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: June 30, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: June 30, 2012
Length: 0:02:40
Video Size: 132 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various external shots of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court headquarters in Cairo
2- Various shots of Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi addressing judges of the constitutional court
3- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Egypt’s president-elect Mohamed Morsi:
"I swear by Almighty Allah that I will sincerely preserve the republican system, respect the constitution and the law, look after the interests of the people completely, and protect the nation's independence and the safety of its lands." 4- Wide external shot of Cairo University
5- Pan right shot of the attendees during the inauguration ceremony after Morsi swears in the oath of office
6- Medium shot of Morsi addressing the attendees during the ceremony
7- Medium shot of head of the SCAF Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Chief of Staff Sami Anan, Egyptian scientist Ahmed Zoueil and founder of Constitution Party Mohamed El-Baradei seating in the first row, cheering while listening to Morsi speech
8- Medium shot of President Morsi addressing the attendees
9- Various shots of the ceremony
10- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Egypt’s president-elect Mohamed Morsi:
"I will do my best to preserve our national security and protect the borders of this nation along with the Armed Forces, the shield and sword of the nation." 11-
12- Medium shot of Morsi concluding his speech
13- Various shots of the attendees cheering
14- Various shots of Morsi greeting the people and leaving after finishing his speech

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Morsi Announced as President
Cairo, Egypt
By admin
24 Jun 2012

Photos and videos at Tahrir Square on the day that Mohammed Morsi was announced as President of Egypt.

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Sign "I hear Tahrir's voice higher th...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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DEMONSTRATORS PROTESTING IN FRONT OF ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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DEMONSTRATORS PROTESTING IN FRONT OF ...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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The demonstrators chanted in front of...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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Army closes road with barbed wire
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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Protesters shout against SCAF
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
14 Jun 2012

The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that could result in the dissolution of Parliament.

It is unclear whether new elections will be held for single-winner seats, which make up one-third of Parliament and were deemed to have been elected illegally, or if the entire legislature may be disbanded.

Following an approximately three-hour hearing, Egypt's highest court also struck down the Political Isolation Law that strips top ex-officials of political rights, allowing former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq to continue his bid for president.

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We will be 80 million martyrs
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Cairo, Egypt | June 06, 2012

Protesters commemorating the second anniversary of the death of Khaled Saeed on Qaser Al- Nile bridge in Cairo.
Khaled Saeed died in Alexandria on June 6, 2010, after being beaten to death by police officers.

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Hamdeen Sabahi in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi with demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Abdel Fatouh in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh with demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Abdel Fatouh in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

BannedvPresidential candidate Abdel Fatouh with demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Abdel Fatouh in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh with demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Demonstrators Unravel Giant Egyptian ...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Demonstrators unravel a giant Egyptian flag after the verdict is delivered in the highly watched Mubarak tria

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Hamdeen Sabahi in Tahrir Square
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi with demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fatouh in Ta...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi and banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh join demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fatouh in Ta...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi and banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh join demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fatouh in Ta...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi and banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh join demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fatouh in Ta...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi and banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh join demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fatouh in Ta...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi and banned presidential candidate Abdel Fatouh join demonstrators in Tahrir after the Mubarak trial verdict was announced.

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Demonstrators Unravel Giant Egyptian ...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Demonstrators unravel a giant Egyptian flag after the verdict is delivered in the highly watched Mubarak trial

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Crowds Protest Light Verdicts Passed ...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Demonstrators fill Tahrir Square where the Egyptian Revolution began to denounce light sentences handed down in the trial of former dictator Hosni Mubarak

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Crowds Protest Light Verdicts Passed ...
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
07 Jun 2012

Demonstrators fill Tahrir Square where the Egyptian Revolution began to denounce light sentences handed down in the trial of former dictator Hosni Mubarak

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Protesters In Tahrir SQ
Tahrir Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
05 Jun 2012

Cairo, June 04, 2012

Protestors in Tahrir Square after the election results were announced, with Mohammed el Morsy from the Muslim Brotherhood and a former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq being the frontrunners of the race.