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The Freedom and Justice Party wanted more from the senators while other parties denounced the visit.
A political accommodation needs to be created with regards to the Muslim Brotherhood, Dr H A Hellyer argues
FJP releases a statement confirming their position regarding negotiations and reconciliation
Coalition accuses “putchists” of plotting bomb attacks to frame the Brotherhood
Meeting aimed at easing tensions, said army spokesman
Latest set of marches announced for Sunday
Clashes in several governorates between pro-Morsi protesters, pro-army, and locals on Wednesday
US State Department condemns violence and stresses importance of inclusion
The protest rejects military and Muslim Brotherhood
Human rights lawyers have filed a request to meet with arrested party leaders.
Pro-Morsi protesters march from Old Cairo to Al-Nahda Square.
Al-Tayar Al-Sha’aby claimed one of its leaders was attacked.
Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) legal advisor Mokhtar Al-Ashry said that the case has been postponed to 21 August, but that he expected former president Mohamed Morsi to be reinstated before then and bring an end to “all these police-like measures.”
Brotherhood statement on anniversary of 10th of Ramadan says Egypt in “dark nightmare”
Opposing sides call for “mass mobilisation” and marches on same day.
Alleged victim claims he was tortured by protesters at Rabaa Al-Adaweya
Military as well as Islamist spokesmen deny any official dialogue
Armed assailants attack power plant checkpoint in Rafah
Freedom and Justice Party leading figure said “military coup” is to blame for Sinai violence
Sunday marches planned by both Tamarod and the pro-Morsi NCSL
Confusion ensures as interim government calls for dialogue.
A number of Islamist leaders arrested across the country
Injury toll of 152 people Monday, but no injuries recorded Tuesday, according to the Ministry of Health
Activists say snipers targeted protesters and that a 14-year-old boy is among the dead.
Appointments of the new governors fuel tension in several governorates
Political groups criticise appointment of 17 new governors by President Morsi
Petition campaign accuses Muslim Brotherhood of attacks
MB bodyguard released on bail pending trial
1 Egyptian revolutionaries suffer from the silly habit of always getting sucked into fighting in side-battles, and the latest batch of laws coming out of the Shura Council are a prime example. Whether the new NGO law, the new protest law, or the new judiciary law, the different groups are each fighting to apply …
The Andalous Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies says the police are backing whatever regime is in power