December 11, 2019

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  • In Pictures: Phenomenal numbers flood into Tahrir Square

    CAIRO – In a scene reminiscent of the 18 days of the January 2011 uprising, Tahrir Square, the epicenter of protests that ousted Egypt’s 30-year dictator Mubarak only two and a half years ago, has once more been transformed into a hotbed of protest action. Tens of thousands descended upon the iconic city center demanding the removal of President Morsi, whose single year in office has been fraught with consistent power and fuel crises, rising prices and unprecedented political polarization. All photos by Hassan Ibrahim.

    In Pictures: Thousands at Nasr City protest

    CAIRO – A mostly Islamist protest supporting President Morsi and rejecting calls for his removal and early elections was on high alert. Groups of young men wore protective helmets and even bulletproof vests in anticipation of a possible attack on them by who they referred to as the “NDP thugs” hired by the remnants of the ousted regime. Photos by Hassan Ibrahim

    In Pictures: Calm in Ittihadiya as protesters file in

    CAIRO – The vicinity of Ittihadiya Palace, the official seat of the presidency in Cairo’s Heliopolis neighborhood, was calm as anti-Morsi protesters slowly filed in to prepare for what many have dubbed a decisive day in Egypt’s troubled transition to democracy. In the meantime the President has moved to Kobba Palace, according to a foreign press center circular inviting correspondents to a 5 pm press conference. For weeks, grassroots anti-Morsi campaign Tamarod has been gearing up for this day where they plan to demand President Morsi’s resignation and early elections, backed by their alleged collection of over 22 million signatures…

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