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Coptic Demonstration After Funeral II
Cairo, Egypt
By Beirut Editor's Picks
12 Oct 2011

Following a funeral for victims of the October 9th violence in Cairo, Coptic mourners demonstrate. From 00:00 -- 00:10 the chant is: "The people say: Down with the Defense Minister." From 00:20 -- 00:35 they say, referring to the dead, "either we bring them justice, or we die like them."

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Cairo revolution
Cairo, Egypt
By Matias & Jorgo
15 Mar 2011

Cairo two weeks after the fall of Mubarak

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Civil State
Tahrir SQ, Cairo, Egypt
By randoshka2000
27 Jan 2011

Cairo, January 27,2012
Protesters in Tahrir SQ,celebrating the revolution.
The signs say: "civilian (state)"

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Leaders of Egypt's Opposition Movemen...
Cairo, Egypt
By lillie
27 Oct 2010

Mohamed Al Baradei, Ayman Nour, George Ishak, and Hamdin Sabahi exit the packed mosque where they attended Friday Prayer into the packed crowds changing, 'Allah Akbar' (God is Great). Thousands of Egyptian citizens unite to protest and mourn the untimely death of Khalid Said, who was allegedly beaten to death by police near his home on June 6, 2010.

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مظاهره عابدين
Cairo, Egypt
By media.eda
27 Oct 2010

القوي السياسيه المصريه تتظاهر امام قصر عابدين ضد التوريث

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Thousands Join Protest for Khalid Said
Ahmed Zewail Square, Bab Sharqi WA Wabour Al Meyah, Qesm Bab Sharqi, Alexandria Governorate,Egypt
By lillie
27 Oct 2010

Thousands of Egyptian citizens gather for Friday Prayer at a mosque in Alexandria to mourn and protest the untimely death of Khalid Said, who was allegedly beaten to death by police near his home on June 6, 2010.

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What a Trip! Cycling from Germany to ...
Germany, Tschech Republik, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore
By Maximilian Semsch
02 May 2008

In 2008 Maximilian Semsch at the age of 24 cycled from Munich to Singapore to find out more about himself and to go on a real adventure, as life must be more than just working. He did the journey all by himself, without the help of a professional camera team. As there was no one to talk to, his camera became his best friend during the trip. His journey started in May 2008 in his hometown Munich. His route took him through Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine into Russia and further on to Kazakhstan. Semsch then did hit rock bottom, as he was refused a visa and couldn't enter China. After days of consideration he did decide to skip China and flew to Thailand. His route through south-east Asia took him from Thailand to Cambodia back into Thailand and via Malaysia he finally reached Singapore, after 211 days and 13.500km on his bike. Semsch recorded everything on his trip. The nice and helpful people he bumped into, drinking vodka in Russia with complete strangers and its aftermath of a hangover the next day but he also tells about his fight against loneliness, heat and extreme headwind. He always does it in a very personal way that gives the audience the feeling of sitting on the back of his bike.