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Tahrir Square, July 2 (8 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

Armed with flags, anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013. Laser projected onto the building behind them are the words "get out."

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (5 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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Tahrir Square, July 2 (4 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

A man waves a flag from atop a street light as Anti-Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir square to demonstrate for the ouster of the Egyptian President on July 2, 2013.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (3 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

A man snaps a photo with his camera phone as the words "Long Live Egypt" are laser projected onto the face of the building behind him during an anti-Morsi rally in Tahrir Square on July 2, 2012. Hundreds of thousands of people calling for the removal of President Mohammed Morsi attended the rally.

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (2 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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Tahrir Square, July 2 (1 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
03 Jul 2013

A man sporting a t-shirt of the "Tamarud," or "rebel" anti-Morsi protest organizers flashes victory signs at a rally in Tahrir Square on the evening of July 2, 2013.

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

Anti-Mohammed Morsi crowds pack into Tahrir Square on the night of July 2, 2013

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Tahrir Square, July 2 (6 of 18)
Cairo, Egypt
By Mat Wolf
02 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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Inside The Ministry of Culture
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
08 Jun 2013

A number of Egyptian artists in the open sit-in inside Ministry of Culture to demand that the minister of culture step down after fighting art in Egypt.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Solidarity Strike Outside Interior Mi...
Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike In Front Of Internal Ministry ...
Internal Ministry, Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
31 May 2013

Activists from the April 6 youth movement launched a strike in front of the Internal Ministry in solidarity with activists detained in Al Aqrab Jail.

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Strike over kidnapped soldiers in Sinai
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
21 May 2013

Egyptian security forces continue to block the Rafah Crossing border, which leads to the Gaza Strip, for the fourth day in protest at the recent incident of kidnap.

Seven Egyptian soldiers were kidnapped in the Sinai Peninsula on Thursday, including a member of the armed forces, four port security officers and two state security officers.

The Egyptian police angered by the kidnapping of seven of their colleagues stressed that they won’t open the crossing until the kidnapped soldiers are freed. Security forces at El-Ouga crossing, bordering Israel, began a strike also on Sunday.

The scope of the protests expanded in northern Sinai on Monday after Central Security Forces conscripts at five police stations have gone on strike to demand the release of the Egyptian soldiers kidnapped in the region.

North Sinai Traffic Department workers join the strike against the kidnap.

Egypt's army sent dozens of armored vehicles and personnel carriers across the Suez Canal into North Sinai early on Monday.

Major-General Ahmed Wasfy, commander of Egypt's Second Army (a regional sub-division of the country's armed forces) later arrived in Al-Arish city in northern Sinai with a delegation of military leaders.

The move comes as speculation grows that force could be used to rescue seven Egyptian soldiers kidnapped last week.

President Mohamed Morsi's office released a statement late on Sunday vowing to secure the release of the soldiers swiftly and safely and in a manner that would maintain the state's prestige.

The statement was released after President Morsi met with the Minister of Defense, Minister of Interior, Head of the General Intelligence, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, Chief of Operations of the Armed Forces and other army officials.

A security source said the kidnappers have demanded the release of Islamist militants detained for almost two years.

The militants, who allegedly belong to Tawhid wal-Jihad, were convicted of killing five security officers and one civilian during attacks in June/July 2011 on an Al-Arish city police station and a North Sinai branch of the Bank of Alexandria.

Early on Monday, unidentified gunmen stormed an Egyptian security base in the Sinai Peninsula and exchanged gunfire with forces inside the base. The attack did not result in any casualties.

President Morsi said that "all options" remained open to secure the release of the kidnapped soldiers, stressing that Egypt would "not be blackmailed" by the captors.
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 20, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 20, 2013
Length: 00:02:17
Video Size: 113 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:

  1. Various shots of Arish's first police station, North Sinai
  2. Various shots of Central Security Forces conscripts join the strike as a sign of protest against the kidnap
  3. Various shots of Central Security Forces and police vehicles outside the Arish's first police station
  4. Various shots of the North Sinai Traffic Department workers who join the strike against the kidnap
  5. Various shots of President Mohamed Morsi meeting with Minister of Defense, Minister of Interior, Head of the General Intelligence, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, Chief of Operations of the Armed Forces and other army officials
  6. Various shots of North of Sinai
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Anti-Morsi Demonstration in Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
17 May 2013

Hundreds of anti-Morsi protestors marched on Friday, May 17, from Mostafa Mahmoud Square to iconic Tahrir Square, in a million-man- march dubbed "Going Back to the Square" in solidarity with the recently-launched 'Rebel' campaign.

'Rebel' is a grassroots movement aimed at registering opposition to President Mohamed Morsi and forcing him to call early presidential elections by collecting as many as 15 million signatures by 30 June. The group says they have already collected 2 million names. The group officially launched on 1 May.

Major demands of the anti-government demonstration include early presidential elections, the release of detained political activists, and a new constitution.

Protestors voice their rejection to Morsi’s economic policies, including the new tax system and the government’s attempts to secure a $4.8bn loan from the International Monetary Fund.

A handful of political parties and movements announced plans to partake in the planned rallies. These include the Constitution Party, the Free Front for Peaceful Change the Free Egyptians Party, April Six Youth Movement and ‘Rebel' campaigners.

Egypt's opposition has grown increasingly discontent with President Mohamed Morsi's attempts to monopolize state institutions and smother dissent. The opposition accuses Morsi of governing only in the interests of his Muslim Brotherhood, while he insists he is the president of all Egyptians.

Since Morsi was elected last June, Egypt has continued to suffer from a serious political and economic crisis, and there have often been frequent clashes, sometimes deadly, between his opponents and supporters.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 17, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 17, 2013
Length: 00:02:18
Video Size: 113 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various shots for the demonstration
2. Shot for one of the demonstrators while cheering
3. Various shots for the demonstrators holding banners and flags
4. Shot for women cheering from balcony
5. Various shots for the demonstration
6. Various shots for people who distributes ‘Rebel’ applications
7. Shot for a demonstrator holding ‘Rebel’ banner
8. Various shots for citizens signing ‘Rebel’ application
9. Shot a fully-veiled woman cheering against Morsi
10. Various shots for demonstrators
11. Various shots for the demonstration
12. Shot for a banner condemns Morsi’s regime and the Ministry of Interior.
13. Various shots for the demonstration
14. Shot for a woman standing on a stage cheering against Morsi
15. Shot for a banner calling for the removal of Morsi’s regime

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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
17 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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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
17 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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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
17 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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Hundreds of signatures on rebel state...
Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
17 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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Tamarod - The "Rebellion" against Morsi
Cairo, Egypt
By zeer news
17 May 2013

Tamarod (Rebellion), is an Egyptian campaign launched by a coalition of groups and movements of the civil society to demand the resignation of President Morsi.
Whenever confronted with critics, waves of protests and clashes, the Muslim Brotherhood constantly repeats that Morsi was democratically elected by more than 13 million people. Thus, Tamarod aims to collect by the end of June, 15 million signatures of people who are asking for Morsi's resignations and early elections.
The initiative - highly symbolic since it has no legal basis in the Egyptian constitution - is gaining ground thanks to the volunteers who are copying and distributing the forms everywhere in the country.

The video is 2 minutes and 18 seconds long and it features interviews and images of people signing the petition.

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1- woman stopping taxis to give them the form, telling them "It's against Morsi"
2- interview in english with a volunteer. "The goal of Tamarod... we want to explain that we refuse the Muslim Brotherhood regime and Morsi as well"
3- woman distributing the form. Two women walk past saying "We don't want him (Morsi)"
4- interview with second female volunteer. "We are collecting 15 millions petitions... 15 Million petitions, to tell the public opinion in Europe and in Egypt that Morsi has to resign".
5- Three shots of the second volunteer collecting signatures and showing the papers.
6- close shot of woman holding the "Tamarod" petition. In the background we can hear demonstrators saying "we want the fall of the regime"
7- Eight shots of people signing forms. One guy waiting for a man to take a picture of him holding the Tamarod petition. Background interview in English with the first volunteer saying "Their excuse is that Morsi received 15 million votes, so we are trying to show them that more than this number refuses the Muslim Brotherhood. This is not just from Cairo, but also a lot of states (governorates) like Alexandria, Suez as well, Port Said and some cities in Upper Egypt"
8- volunteer talking to a man at intersection, while another man on a motorcycle reads the Tamarod papers
9- Interview in arabic with young volunteer from Alexandria. "The next 30 of June we will have collected 15 million requests or more...."
10- Young volunteers stopping cars to distribute the petition in Mohamed Mahmoud Street. The interview continues in the background "The government of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) and the one of Morsi, the present government of the Muslim Brotherhood, did not break with the past, with Mubarak. The government of Morsi and that of Mubarak are the same". "For this reason the Egyptian people are returning again to the streets, to the square (Tahrir), to let Morsi and his group know "we don't want you!"
11- shots of women chanting in Tahrir square. "A new revolution in the square" and "down with Morsi"
12- interview in arabic with second volunteer "we don't want Mubarak or Morsi. We want young people, people from here, from Tahrir"
13- Woman with three children holding the "Tamarod signs" and singing "Erhal (Leave)"

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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
30 Apr 2013

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

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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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Black Bloc Protest Heats Up
Tallat Harb Square, Cairo, Egypt
By U.S. Editor
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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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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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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Opposition Demonstration Against Musl...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Opposition activists protest against the Muslim Brotherhood, while thousands of Muslim Brotherhood members protest judiciary demands.

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Black Bloc March In Cairo (1 of 4)
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Protesters organize a black bloc protest in downtown Cairo in protest of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Muslim Brotherhood Shooting At protes...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood shoot at protesters with a Cartouche gun.

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Muslim Brotherhood Shooting At protes...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood shoot at protesters with a Cartouche gun.

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Muslim Brotherhood Shooting At protes...
Downtown Cairo, Egypt
By elmasdr
19 Apr 2013

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood shoot at protesters with a Cartouche gun.