Egyptian Revolution

Egyptian Revolution

Marching in Memory of Khaled Said, Protesters Call For Election Boycott
"The Military Council is trying to stick us between two candidates, so we've created a third option: boycott the elections or spoil your vote"

  June 13, 2012

Egyptians Watch First Ever Presidential Debate
The airing of the first presidential debate in the nation's history packed the coffee shops of downtown Cairo as Egyptians gathered to watch the two frontrunners trade barbs

  May 16, 2012

Abbaseya Aftermath and the Military Council's Reign of Terror
Hundreds of Egyptians were hunted down and detained, including over 20 journalists and medics.

  May 10, 2012

Amr Moussa makes Bid for Egypt's Presidency
Mubarak's former foreign minister Amr Moussa, officially kicked off his campaign for the presidency in the backdrop of a sprawling slum and a colonial villa. While the international community seems to favor Moussa, on the Egyptian street, he's often referred to as the 'felool' or remnant of the former regime.

  April 24, 2012

Disqualifications narrow Egypt race to the Islamist and the 'Felool'
With the elections six weeks away, two candidates have emerged as favorites after ten others are disqualified.

  April 20, 2012

Egyptians Protest Against Torture and Murder of Prisoner
Jihan Hafiz reports on mass protest demanding accountability for crimes against prisoners

  October 30, 2011

Egyptian Military Stokes Sectarian Conflict
Egyptian Army and media ignore eyewitness reports and blame Coptic Christians for violence

  October 21, 2011

TRNN Replay: Egyptians Chant "Muslims Christians Are One" as Military Viciously Attacks Protesters
TRNN Report: Angry protesters call for overthrow of the Egyptian military regime as many are killed by Army

  October 12, 2011

Egyptian Political Parties Represent the Country's Elite
Lina Attalah: Many Egyptians are skeptical that upcoming Parliamentary elections will lead the country through democratic change, and vow to continue striking to meet demands

  October 19, 2011

Egypt: Protesters Demand End of Military Government
Nile International TV coverage of Cairo's Tahrir Square protests

  September 10, 2011

Egypt clashes at Israeli Embassy
Crowds swinging sledgehammers and using their bare hands tore apart the embassy's security wall

  September 10, 2011

Mass protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square
EuroNews: Demonstrators organized a day of action to demand a more transparent process towards democracy.

  September 10, 2011

The History of Military Dictatorship in Egypt
TRNN Replay - Gilbert Achcar: Military rule in Egypt began with Nasser's overthrow of King Farouk and increasing independence from the US

  February 13, 2011

Thousands of Egyptians Demand Economic Justice
Lina Attalah: Military government budget delivers austerity measures, no taxes for the rich

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