Two journalists have now been confirmed killed in clashes that erupted last night as the Egyptian military began clearing sit-ins by supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy.Mick Deane, a 15-year veteran cameraman for Sky News, and Habiba Abd El Aziz, a 26-year-old Emirati journalist for the publication Xpress, were both killed by gunfire.
Turkey?s Prime Ministry has released a lengthy statement to voice the government?s sadness and concerns over the bloody crackdown in Egypt
Coptic churches and businesses were attacked across Egypt today [August 14] by what was described as Muslim Brotherhood members and their supporters. The sectarian attacks followed the violent evacuation of Pro-Morsi sit-ins in the capital Cairo, in which many Egyptians were killed and injured.
President Abdullah Gül said today the chaos in Egypt threatens to result in a civil war similar the conflict in Syria
Egyptian photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy was shot at, had a bullet fly over his shoulder, and had his equipment stolen as he ventured into Rabaa Al Adawiya, where a pro-Morsi sit-in was violently dispersed in Cairo, Egypt, today.
CAIRO — The political fallout from Wednesday’s bloodshed in Egypt is gathering pace — and it’s providing a revealing glimpse into the true convictions of the major figures on the non-Islamist side of the country’s ideological spectrum.
Police officers used tear gas and bullets to disperse demonstrators in a day of deadly unrest.
The attack of the Egyptian police and military on the supporters of the ousted president Mohamed Morsi
Egypt’s interior minister pledged on Aug. 14 to restore the kind of security seen in the days of ousted President Hosni Mubarak
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry strongly condemned Egypt’s violence, calling for the state of emergency to end as soon as possible
Injured demonstrators mass at make-shift clinics as security forces continue a grisly assault on pro-Morsi protesters.
Ahmet Davutoğlu conducted intense phone diplomacy regarding the bloody Aug. 14 crackdown on Morsi supporters