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Al-Minya 1
Al-Minya, Egypt
By Mohamed osam
04 Sep 2013

This photo shows Anbaa Mosa Coptic Church in Minya, which was set ablaze on August 14.

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Christians Targeted in Al-Minya
Al-Minya, Egypt
By Transterra Editor
03 Sep 2013

After police violently dispersed Morsi supporters from two Cairo squares, Nahda and Rabaa squares , sectarian violence erupted in lower Egypt. Angry mobs burned churches in Al-Minya, along with houses and stores run by Christian people. Egypt's Christians are now living in fear.

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Al-Minya, egypt
By Mohamed osam
03 Sep 2013

Amir Tadros Coptic Church in Al-Minya was burned on August 14. Egypt's Christians are living in fear after a string of attacks against churches, businesses and homes, carried out by angry mobs. Violence erupted after police violently dispersed Morsi supporters from two Cairo squares, Nahda and Rabaa.

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Demonstration in front of Al Estkama ...
Giza, Egypt
By Ahmed Medhat
31 Aug 2013

Dozens of President Mohamed Morsi supporters, demonstrated in front of a mosque Al Estkama in Giza, after the end of Friday prayers .
Participants raise banners in a hostile stance against the armed forces. They chanted slogans, including "Down with the military rule" .

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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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Raw Footage: Muslim Brothers March Fr...
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt
By Ali Khaled
06 Jul 2013

5 th June 2013
Muslim Brothers marched from Giza to Maspero, but the Anti-Morsi presence stopped them march on the 6th October bridge. The army arrived after Pro-Morsi demonstrators tried to go to Maspero and clashes broke out in Tahrir SQ.

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Egypt: Violence in Alexandria after M...
Alexandria
By Mohamed AbouElenen
04 Jul 2013

Violence broke out between protestors and pro-Morsi Muslim Brotherhood activists in Alexandria on July 5,2013 after Morsi was removed from power by the armed forces. 12 were killed and hundreds were injured in the violence that also led to hundreds of arrests.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (15 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Egyptians Interaction with the Army A...
Tahrir Square, Cairo , Egypt
By Ali Khaled
01 Jul 2013

Egyptians interaction with the army again after the dismissal of President Morssi .

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Teaser: Behind the Tamorrod campaign ...
Cairo, Egypt
By andrewbossone
28 Jun 2013

The story follows Ahmed Abu Ghalaza, an Egyptian activist from the Tamorrod, or Rebel, campaign that collected 20 million signatures in the last three months calling for early elections. His friend and mentor who organized the local Tamarrod sit-in in his neighborhood starting June 28, was shot and killed weeks earlier. And after the largest day of protests, June 30, members of the Muslim Brotherhood attacked the sit-in, killing a young girl and leading to armed clashes. Despite the conflict in his neighborhood and in the country, Ahmed believes the Egyptian people support the ouster of President Morsi, and remains hopeful that the next elections will better reflect their will.

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John Kerry says aid to Egypt depends ...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
27 May 2013

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday again urged Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to make concrete progress on economic reforms and human rights, to secure a $4.8 billion International Monetary Fund loan, saying the measures are needed to receive further aid from the U.S. Congress, an American official said.

Kerry met Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi for about an hour on the sidelines of an African Union summit on Saturday, discussing Syria's civil war, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, human rights in Egypt and the country's faltering economy, U.S official said.

Egypt's Islamist-led government has been resistant to introduce the austerity measures needed to win the IMF funding, including raising taxes and cutting fuel subsidies, fearing such painful reforms could provoke social unrest.

However, an IMF deal could help shore up investor and donor concerns after two years of political instability since the overthrow of former president Hosni Mubarak in early 2011. The instability has depressed tourism, a crucial industry for Egypt.

Last year the IMF reached a deal in principle to provide a $4.8 billion loan to help finance the Egyptian government while it undertakes reforms.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that Kerry pointed out that the reforms were necessary to convince American lawmakers to move forward in providing more economic support for the country, which borders US ally Israel.

The official added that Kerry urged Egypt to work and to take actions in order to achieve the reforms now to move towards the requirements to get the IMF package.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: (Archive footage)
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 26, 2013
Length: 00:01:43
Video Size: 85.0 MB
Language: Arabic
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SHOTLIST:

  1. Various shots of President Morsi meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Cairo (Archive)
  2. Various shots of the press conference of Egypt’s PM Hesham Kandil and IMF chief Christine Lagarde in Cairo (Archive)
  3. Various shots of protests in Cairo (Archive)
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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
16 May 2013

Activists in Egypt collected hundreds of signatures for a rebel statement campaign from Egyptian citizens against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and Muslim brotherhood.

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Cairo by TokTok (5 of 26)
Shubra el khaymah, Egypt
By Teo Butturini
22 Mar 2013

A family rides in the backseat of a toktok, with Morsi's 2012 presidential campaign posters in the background. People of the local areas have not see any improvement in their life conditions since the revolution: residents complain of high unemployment, dirty streets and rising crime rates.

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Morsi, Ashton Discuss Egypt-EU Relations
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
14 Nov 2012

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi met on Wednesday, November 14, with the European Union's high representative for foreign affairs and security policy Catherine Ashton at the Presidential Palace in Cairo. The officials discussed possible programs aimed at increasing the cooperation between the EU and Egypt. Their talks focused largely on investments, tourism, international politics, and regional issues of common interest.

The meeting was attended by Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr and President Assistant for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Dr Essam El Hadad.

Morsi then met with the EU delegation, headed by Ashton, where they discussed political and economic issues affecting the country after the Arab Spring. They also discussed possible ways of finding a resolution to the Syrian conflict without foreign intervention, in addition to the Palestinian Cause.

After the meeting, the Egyptian President announced that the European Union has approved a five billion euro ($6.3 billion) 'support package' to Egypt over a two year period to be disbursed through the EU's finance institutions.

Ashton participated yesterday in the second meeting of EU-Arab foreign ministers over Syria, held at the Arab League in Cairo where she affirmed that the EU is highly supportive of democracy in “Arab Spring” countries.

STORY: Morsi, Ashton Discuss Ways of Increasing Cooperation between Egypt and EU
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 14, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 14, 2012
Length: 0:0:1:21
Video Size: 67.3 MB
Language: Arabic
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various external shot of the Presidency headquarters in Cairo
2. Various shots of the meeting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and European Union's high representative for foreign affairs Catherine Ashton in the presence of Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr
3. Various shots of President Mohamed Morsi meeting with the EU delegation headed by Catherine Ashton
4. Various shots of the EU delegation during the meeting
5. Wide external shot of the Presidency headquarters in Cairo

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Egyptians Celebrate Mohamed Morsi Win
Cairo, Egypt
By adrehsler
24 Jun 2012

Egyptians at Tahrir Square waiting for the announcement that Mohamed Morsi is the newly elected president of Egypt.