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AFP- An Egyptian court on Wednesday adjourned the murder trial of deposed president Mohamed Morsi to February 1, citing “weather conditions” that prevented the Islamist’s transport to court from prison. It had been scheduled as the second hearing in Morsi’s trial, after an initial court appearance in November in which he denounced the tribunal and insisted …
At least 14 people died and 102 were injured early Tuesday morning following a blast that targeted Al-Daqhleya Security Directorate, reported state media. The bomb caused the building to cave in and injuries included both civilians and police personnel. The incident garnered much condemnation from local and international institutions. The attack came two weeks …
Supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi congregated by the Police Academy – where he is currently on trial – early Monday morning. A few hundred protesters chanted against Defense Minister Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi, demanding the release of the ousted president. e to the unruly behavior of the defendants and the crowd inside the court house. Photos By Ahmed Al-Malky
On Saturday, Zamalek residents took to the streets protesting the declining status of their island Carrying placards that read “Enough with cafes in Zamalek”, “Protect the remaining greenery” and “Against abuse of public property”, tens of the residents demonstrated by the Cultural Wheel in hopes of getting their voices heard. One of the most pressing …
Al-Azhar University students clashes with the police on Sunday during an anti-army protest. Nearly 3,000 students initially blocked the main Nasr road leading to the campus, and clashes with police ensued leaving reports of injury. Tear gas was fired by the police while students used rocks and fireworks in return. Photos by Ahmed Al-Malky …
Mishkah Gallery is a hub for artworks, traditional handcrafts and exchange for knowledge
A generation that refuses autocracy under any pretense has finally been born in Egypt.
“We had the idea in 2009 to create a space where up and coming artists could display their work, since it is hard to find galleries that will show work of young artists,” Mowafy said. “At the same time it is not easy for interested buyers to find affordable art; many people are looking to find something to hang on their wall but are not in the market to buy investment art.”
The exhibition captures some of the most famous faces from the 19th century onwards