BBC: US and EU visit Egypt in deepening political crisis

Dotun Adebayo talks to freelance journalist Bel Trew about foreign diplomatic efforts to broker a deal between Egypt’s interim government and supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.

Our protest will last until death, vow supporters of ousted leader in Egypt

A bitterly divided Egypt was bracing for further bloodshed last night after supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, pledged to give up their lives rather than disband the protest camp in Cairo where dozens were shot dead in clashes with security forces at the weekend. Egypt’s Interior Minister vowed to clear the month-long sit-in outside … Continue reading

France 24 ‘The Debate’: Egypt’s endless revolution, how to break the stalemate Part 1

War of principles: Can free speech exist?

After a week of waiting for America to take action, Egypt’s prosecutor-general on Wednesday announced it had issued arrest warrants for seven US-based Copts and an American pastor over the inflammatory film “Innocence of Muslims.”  The eight, which include the film’s alleged maker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, face charges which could see them get the death … Continue reading

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