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The Square" Documentary "The Square" looks at unrest in Tahrir Square during the Egyptian revolution in 2011. Kaleidoscope Entertainment has inked a deal for U.K. distribution rights to The Square, the Oscar shortlisted and multi-award-winning
Rumor had it that many were Muslim Brotherhood supporters, massing in Tahrir for the first time in months. The interim president issued a new law on November 24 restricting public assembly, and I feared police might use the fact that the students had
The century-old home of Egypt's mummies and King Tutankhamun's treasures is trying to make the best out of the worst times of political turmoil. But the Egyptian Museum is taking a hammering on multiple levels, from riots on its doorstep to funding
Egyptian security forces fired tear gas and water cannons Sunday to disperse hundreds of deposed president Mohamed Morsi who entered Cairo's Tahrir Square to demonstrate against July's military-backed ouster of Morsi.
Police swiftly swung into action on Sunday to drive hundreds of supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president from Cairo's famed Tahrir Square, firing heavy tear gas to clear them from the central plaza barely minutes after they took it over.
08 Protesters came from Cairo University, where they have been protesting the death of an engineering student [AP] Egyptian security forces have fired teargas in Cairo's Tahrir Square to disperse protesters demonstrating against the country's army-
November 2013 The battle for dominance over public space in Egypt will continue, determining the future relationship between state and society. People's reclaim of public space was one of the crucial gains, if not the only gain, of the January 25
Clearing sites of mass protest in Cairo and stamping them with symbolic representations of their preferred narrative of order and stability, the military authorities are striving to relegate the revolution to the past...On 14 August, some six weeks
Author-investor Christopher Schroeder bucks contemporary wisdom about the Middle East by seeing positive economic prospects for a region that has experienced two and a half years of popular -- and often violent -- tumult. In 2010, Schroeder was among
The US Secretary of state, John Kerry, has suspect Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood of burglary the bequest of Egypt's 2011 transformation. John Kerry's remarks aggregate his added strike in as abounding weeks to