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A number of international journalists were the victims of harassment, arrest or physical attack in Cairo on Thursday. Swedish television's Bert Sundstrom is in a serious condition after being stabbed several times. The perpetrators appear to be Mubarak supporters, angry at the image of their country being projected around the world. They believe the media are too supportive of the anti-government protesters. Euronews' Luis Carballo has also reported being harassed by the authorities and ordered from his hotel. ... http://www.euronews.net/
Cairo protests continue despite warning from Egypt's government Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Supporters of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi gather for night prayers in Cairo on Wednesday. Earlier the military-backed government warned it will clear vigils to safeguard national security. Mohamed el-Beltagy, a leading Muslim Brotherhood MP, says government threats will not deter demonstrations
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The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos on Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. It was a major escalation in what was already the biggest challenge to authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak's 30 year-rule. They are demanding Mubarak's ouster and venting their rage at years of government neglect of rampant poverty, unemployment and rising food prices. RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com
The warnings issued by the Egyptian de facto government about evicting two camps set by deposed President Mohamed Morsi's supporters are worrying thousands of people. Protesters have created their own security brigades and are protecting the sites with cement walls to prevent the security forces from entering the camps and proceed to the eviction. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/media/telesur.video.web/telesur-web/#!en/video/egypt-de-facto-government-eviction-warnings-raise-concerns-in-cairo
UN envoy Martin Kobler is in Cairo to discuss the latest developments in Libya. His visit comes days after the internationally recognised Tobruk Parliament, supported by Egypt, voted to dissolve the coalition government and call for a new Cabinet. Yasser Hakim has more
Thousands of protesters have marked what online activists describe as a "Day of Wrath" inspired by a revolt that toppled Tunisia's president.... No Comment | euronews: watch the international news without commentary | http://www.euronews.net/nocomment/
RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com A group of pro-government supporters riding horses and camels has charged anti-Mubarak protesters. it comes as hundreds of pro-government supporters and protesters demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak clashed in Cairo's main square on Wednesday. Mubarak supporters break through a human chain of anti-government protesters trying to defend those gathered in Tahrir Square. They tore down banners denouncing the president and fistfights broke out as they advanced across the massive square in the heart of the capital.
Egypt's interim prime minister announced the resignation of his Cabinet on Monday, a surprise move that could be designed in part to pave the way for the nation's military chief to leave his defence minister's post to run for president. Hazem el-Beblawi's military-backed government was sworn in on 16 July, less than two weeks after Field Marshal Abdel-Fettah el-Sissi, the defence minister, ousted President Mohammed Morsi after a year in office. "Public opinion was longing for that resignation. Maybe Mr Beblawi did the most that he can," said Youssef Sidhom, Editor-in-Chief of the Egyptian newspaper Watany. "He tried faithfully to serve Egypt, but in fact, he failed on two major grounds. He failed in restoring the dignity of the state and having a very firm grip on the lost security, an...
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One of the massive national projects that President Abdel Fattah El Sisi launched last March is the New Capital. Egypt is planning to move its government East of Cairo and bring it nearer to the developmental projects in Suez. The project includes speed trains and a massive transportation network to ease the movement between the old and the new capital. The government expects to complete the first phase of this new city within seven years.
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The Egyptian government has apologised after footage of a man being beaten by police outside the presidential palace was broadcast on state television. The images proved to be a particular flashpoint amid days of protest against President Mursi. However, the man later claimed he was being saved from protesters - something his son denies. Aleem Maqbool reports.
FNC's Leland Vittert reports live from Cairo, saying that as a massive crowd awaits a message from President Mubarak, some in the street say that what could today was previously unimaginable -- the possibility of Egypt having a living ex-president.
Hundreds of supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood stormed the Giza government building in Cairo and set it on fire. This despite a crackdown on the movement by security forces, after yesterday's violence, which left more than 500 dead. The EU is to hold an extraordinary meeting on the crises and amid widespread condemnation, South Africa has joined international voices, saying this event has darkened the countries democratic aspirations...
Egypt's interim president, Mahmoud Mansour, has extended the country's state of emergency by two more months amid a full blown Islamist insurgency in Sinai, and the crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood. The initial announcement was first made in August after clashes between security forces and supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi left hundreds dead and thousand injured. The army-backed government has accused and charged several Muslim Brotherhood leaders with inciting murder and the country has been placed under a strict dusk to dawn curfew.
A massive car bomb has rocked a state security building and courthouse on Thursday in Cairo, Egypt. At least 29 people were reportedly injured in the attack. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
http://www.youtube.com/user/sfprepper415 Subscribe for more interesting videos Egypt anti-government rally in Cairo. Protests, protesters riot June 2013 protests American Protester Shot Dead In Egypt As Violence Escalates egypt protest June 28, 2013 - Thousands of supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have gathered here as political violence continued to worsen across the country. egypt protest At least two people were killed in the northern city of Alexandria. Clashes broke out on Friday between pro- and anti-government protesters in Alexandria's Sidi Gaber neighbourhood, outside the local headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party egypt protest Stratfor Middle East Analyst Jacob Shapiro examines the possible effects June 30 protests scheduled by the Tam...
Egypt's Islamist government is taking a step to restrict the sale of alcohol by announcing that it will no longer issue liquor licenses in parts of its two largest cities, Cairo and Alexandria. The country's New Urban Communities Authorities, which issues alcohol licenses, says the move is meant to reduce access to alcohol in the suburbs and the outskirts of big cities, where they say excess consumption has led to attacks on women and random doorbell-ringing.
English/Nat A day after Egypt accused the U-K of harbouring terrorists, an Egyptian living in Britain has blamed the Cairo government for last week's attack on tourists in Luxor. Yasser al-Siri -- who was sentenced to death by an Egyptian court for terrorist offences four years ago -- is now seeking asylum in the United Kingdom. The Egyptian government has frequently complained about Islamic extremists in London -- but the British authorities say there is no firm evidence that they have done anything wrong. For the last two years, London has been home to Egyptian Yasser al-Siri. Convicted twice of terrorism by the Egyptian courts, he is a man on the run. The Egyptian government claims he is one of three senior figures of a fundamentalist guerrilla group whose members have...
Thousands of Palestinians remain stranded in the Gaza Strip, as Egypt imposes a shutdown on the Rafah border crossing-- the enclave's only window to the outside world. The Egyptian army has closed the crossing for nearly a week now, citing security reasons in Sinai Peninsula. The closure kept Palestinian students, businessmen, workers and patients waiting at the border for several days. Cairo was forced to briefly open the crossing on Wednesday and Thursday after Palestinians demonstrated near the checkpoint. Meanwhile, Hamas officials say the destruction of nearly 130 tunnels has inflicted 250 million dollars worth of damage on the Gaza economy. The destruction of tunnels which are considered to be Gaza's only lifeline, has deteriorated the humanitarian situation in the coastal region.
Travel video about destination Cairo in Egypt. Cairo is a world metropolis and tantamount to being an open-air museum. The Nile divides it in two and the centre of the city contains modern shops and office buildings in close proximity to medieval churches and ancient mosques. The Khan el-Khalili bazaar is like something from a bygone age and where the Orient combines with the Middle Ages, 'A Thousand And One Nights' amid Islamic Cairo. Goods inspired by pharaohs Tutankhamen and Nefertiti are in constant demand and it's where haggling is the norm. The bazaar is a colorful place with smoking hookahs, exotic carpets and musical instruments as well as a huge array of herbs and spices. Abu Serga is the city's oldest church and dates back to Fatima times. It was built on the ruins of an even o...
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Travel video about destination Cairo in Egypt. Cairo is a cultural melting pot and with a population of sixteen million it is the largest metropolis on the African continent. The Egyptian people refer to their capital city as Um Al Dunya, ‘Mother of the World’. The history of the Sankt Sergius Church dates back to Abu Serga in the 5th century A.D. Legend has it that it was built on the site where the Holy Family once sought refuge. Thus, the richly decorated church is a popular Christian place of pilgrimage and is situated in Fustat in the middle of Koptic, the oldest district in Cairo. The spacious Mamelucks Necropolis is unique within the Islamic world. Here, instead of conventional graves, entire houses were built for the dead. Within the necropolis the mosques and mausoleums of the Mam...
My Egyptian adventures continue. I went down hard whilst skateboarding on a bridge over The Nile River. This day was a very random day but it was also a very fun day. Thank you for watching vlog #57. Appreciate your support! Big thanks to Andy for helping me design the Indigo Traveller Atlas. Check his channel out here: https://www.youtube.com/user/peckham0 SUBSCRIBE - https://tinyurl.com/mcmvaex FACEBOOK - https://tinyurl.com/kj5et8g INSTAGRAM - https://tinyurl.com/maerr29 SNAPCHAT - fishbole MY GEAR: - My Main Camera: http://amzn.to/2ml2NGh - My Second Camera: http://amzn.to/2lDe5XP - My Second Camera Lense: http://amzn.to/2mi9jMo - My External Microphone: http://amzn.to/2lDoi6w - My Tripod: http://amzn.to/2lDq086 - My Laptop: http://amzn.to/2nMhc0l - My Phone: http://amzn.to...
Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Cairo, Egypt - part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. Hey, this is your travel host, Naomi. I would like to show you the top 5 attractions of Cairo. #5: Mohammad Ali Mosque - Dominating Cairo's skyline, this stunning Ottoman mosque was built in 1848 and has ornate interiors. #4: Shopping - Cairo is world famous for its bazaars. Take time to immerse yourself and pick up unique souvenirs for back home. #3: Coptic Cairo - Said to be the oldest area of Cairo, it was settled back in the 8th century B.C. Among the notable monuments is St. George Church. #2: The National Museum - or the Museum of Egyptian Antiques. Housed in a 1902 building, it has some of the world's greatest treasures. #1: Pyramids - Located close to C...
Cairo, Egypt - Living Out A Dream By Visiting The Pyramids Of Giza! Being Able To Go Inside The Depths Of These Ancient Pyramids And Exploring The Last Remaining Wonders Of The World. Walking Along The Congested And Busy Streets Of Cairo. Checking Out The Nightlife Of Cairo. Seeing The Sphinx In Real Life! Such An Historic City With Amazing Monuments.
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HEY EVERYBODY! Whoa I cannot believe I went to egypt. Welcome to part 1 of my Egypt Vlog. This was such an amazing trip, and so different for me. Not your average slaycation. I had an amazing time and met some amazing people. I saw the Great Pyramids of Giza in the Sahara Desert, went to the Cairo Museum, The Mohammed Ali Mosque, the Coptic church and even went to some of the pyramids and Tombs. IT WAS INSANE. How do you guys think the pyramids were built? It was crazy to see how in tune and intelligent our ancient ancestors were. It has always been a mystery, and it was cool to see all of these fascinating ancient buildings up close in real life. The people in Egypt are so friendly, once you say hello! I definitely stood out and got stared at a lot. That happens everywhere but especially ...
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Follow Beth & I as we take a quick journey through Cairo, Egypt - checking out the pyramids, staying in a "posh" $20/nt Airbnb, taking a very suave Nile River cruise with a bunch of ornery Japanese elders and managing the gritty streets of Cairo. Follow us on Instagram for more travel bits: @stevenkenworthy @bkworthy CHEERS!
Cairo (/ˈkaɪroʊ/ kye-roh ; Arabic: القاهرة; Coptic: Ⲕⲁϩⲓⲣⲏ) is the capital of Egypt and the largest city in the Middle-East and second-largest in Africa after Lagos. Its metropolitan area is the 13th largest in the world. Located near the Nile Delta, it was founded in AD 969. Nicknamed "the city of a thousand minarets" for its preponderance of Islamic architecture, Cairo has long been a center of the region's political and cultural life. More Info Visit:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cairo Cairo Tower Citadel of Cairo Khedives Cairo Sultan Hasan Mosque in Cairo Pyramids of Giza Old Cairo Cairo- Garden City Cairo Pyramids in Egypt All Saints' Cathedral in Cairo CEO of the GOIEF for Cairo Ancient Gateway To Old Cairo Pyramids Behind Porto Cairo Residence Cave Church in Garbage City Cai...
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Egypt has long been called Umm al-Dunya, or the "mother of the world". Ancient Greeks described it as "the gift of the Nile" whose flooding each year provided two rich harvests. Egyptian wheat fed the pharaohs and was used by the Roman state to supply the free bread which kept its citizens loyal. With one of the oldest agricultural economies in the world, Egypt has for centuries been an economic and cultural powerhouse in the region, and at the heart of this is its capital, Cairo. Street life in the sprawling metropolis is vibrant and much of the city functions as a marketplace. Although international chains such as KFC and McDonald's exist, their offerings are often too expensive for locals who prefer their own versions of fast food bought at carts around the city. Many foods that ar...
Egypt's Central Bank governor says it's a turning point in the country's economy. Devaluing its currency is one of the requirements laid out by the IMF, in order for Cairo to receive a 12 billion dollar loan. The cash-strapped government has also raised fuel prices, and plans to cut back on subsidies for consumer goods. The IMF says allowing the Egyptian pound to trade freely will attract foreign investors. But for many people it's a bitter pill to swallow. Inflation and unemployment are already high, and there are fears that the currency devaluation will cause the price of food and services to soar. The UN says more than a quarter of Egypt's population lives below the poverty line. Frustration about the rising cost of living has prompted calls for demonstrations to protest against t...
"A New Beginning" The President gives a speech in Cairo, Egypt, outlining his personal commitment to engagement with the Muslim world, based upon mutual interests and mutual respect, and discusses how the United States and Muslim communities around the world can bridge some of the differences that have divided them. June 4, 2009. (public domain) Watch with Arabic subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSShOFz3QrI क्लोज़्ड-कैप्शंस हिन्दी में उपलब्ध Kapsyentertutupterdapat di dalam [BahasaMelayu] Sous-titres codés disponibles en Français. İşitme engelliler için Türkçe altyazı var. מוצעות כתוביות בעברית לכבדי שמיעה. Keterangan bantu untuk tuna rungu (closed-caption) tersedia dalam bahasa Indonesia.
Two attacks on one of the holiest days in the Christian calendar - Palm Sunday. Dozens of people are killed. The first blast struck St George church in Tanta, a city north of Cairo. Then a suicide bomber struck outside the main Coptic church in Alexandria, Saint Mark's Cathedral, where Pope Tawadros 2nd had led the service. The bombings come just a few weeks before Pope Francis is due to visit Egypt. So what's the Egyptian government doing to protect the Christian minority? Presenter: Laura Kyle Guests: Timothy Kaldas, a Non-Resident Fellow at Tahrir Institute for Middle East Politics. Ahmed Badawi, Senior Researcher at the Centre for Middle Eastern and North African Politics at the Free University of Berlin. Omar Ashour, Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics and Security Studi...
LINKS BELOW If Canadians understood that Islam has its own version of Human Rights I think they’d rebel against the imposition of Islam & their bogus concept of Islamophobia into our country. This video talks about Motion M103, the witnesses in opposition to the motion, the tie in of this motion to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights and our risky gamble on tolerating a culture that does not tolerate us in return. Maj R. Cooper’s full testimony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_o4mtPSJIQ Full Discussion on the Cairo Declaration in the Ahmidiyya Muslim community: https://youtu.be/dHP5DP0Uvww #M103 #Islam #Canpoli
FDR in Cairo and Teheran - FDR Presidential Library 1943 - Video 279 - From the Pare Lorentz Center at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. NLR 201-2594-10 NLR 201-2594-22-1 NLR 201-2594 -228 NLR 201-2594-236 FDR meets Churchill and Chang Kai-chek in Cairo FDR and Churchill and Stalin in Teheran with an FDR voiceover Government footage of the 2 meetings-silent Archival footage from the FDR Presidential Library Franklin D Roosevelt.
Question and answer session at the press conference of the launch of Human Rights Watch 2012 World Report. Cairo, Egypt, Sunday January 22 2012. Opening statement: http://youtu.be/GIHMIa4tH2w http://www.hrw.org/world-report-2012 World Report 2012: Strengthen Support for 'Arab Spring' Governments Should Support Rights, Not Abusive Allies (Cairo, January 22, 2012) -- Many democracies have allowed their ties with repressive allies to temper their support for human rights in the Arab Spring protests, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2012. For reasons of principle and long-term interest, governments should stand firm with the people of the Middle East and North Africa when they demand their basic rights and work to ensure the transition to genuine democracies. The...
Medical students in an Egyptian university are packed into a small lecture room. A grainy presentation is projected on to the wall. The lesson, taught in English, is entirely theoretical - much like most of the medical-related courses - and demonstration equipment is also faulty. Dr Rami Said is a product of Egypt's tertiary education system. "That's what happens in medical school. We finish our studies and are supposed to be doctors. That's our dream," he says. "Six years of study plus a year of residency and we still don't know anything." Said's view is shared by many others. Dr Nadia al-Ansari works in the Faculty of Medicine at Ain Shams University in Cairo. She says that "today, professors don't have the time to teach the way they used to. University teachers are not dedicated o...
Life returns to normal in the Iraqi province of Kirkuk and civilians are returning home a day after Iraqi troops re-established the government’s authority there. This episode of the debate is about fall of Kirkuk to the central Iraqi government. - Political Activist, Hazem Salem (CAIRO) - Member, Baghdad Security Council, Saad al-Muttalibi (BAGHDAD) Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/videosptv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
21 January 2008 Despite an international ban, the trade in endangered animals to the Middle East is flourishing. This exclusive report tracks the dealers, buyers and government officials who protect them. In January 2005, a crate containing six baby chimpanzees and four monkeys was rescued from a flight from Cairo. The animals had been denied food and water for days and one soon died. Scouring flight records, animal investigators linked the shipment to a notorious wildlife smuggler. It's believed this smuggler traffics an average of 40 chimpanzees a year, bribing airport officials. Despite a wealth of evidence against her, she has never been prosecuted.
The Chinese community in Egypt has grown to over 10,000 currently, thanks to a burgeoning commercial relationship between the two countries. Increasing numbers of Chinese have come to study, work and open businesses in the Arab world's most populous country, where many have developed an affinity for its life, culture and its people. For over a quarter century, China and Egypt have steadily been learning how to make money together – through a range of economic and infrastructure projects. Egypt has awarded several contracts to Chinese companies for the construction of a $20bn administrative and residential city that will be physically linked to Cairo. And China is the lead investor in the construction of a planned multi-billion dollar industrial zone around the Suez Canal. Each new coll...
A documentary on eight of the most ambitious mega-projects currently under development around the world, featuring: Istanbul's building boom (Turkey); the Mission to put a human on Mars; the effort to develop Lagos (Nigeria); Africa's unprecedented clean energy opportunity; the project to probe the nearest Earth-like exoplanet; Atlanta's stadium of the future (Georgia, United States); India's effort to modernize its highways; and China's unprecedented One Belt One Road, "New Silk Road" initiative. Get your free audiobook: http://www.audibletrial.com/TheDailyConversation Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West Music: By Matt Stewart-Evans: https://soundcloud.com/mattstewartevans https://www.facebook.com/Matthew.Stewart.Ev...
Tens of thousands in Cairo's Tahrir Square are celebrating the ouster of President Mohhamed Morsi, who was removed from power by the military on Wednesday night following mass anti-government protests. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Independent journalist Max Blumenthal joined Sam live from Egypt where he explained President Morsi's power grab, the governments constitutional proposal that limits the rights of women and minorities and empowers the military, the new Egypt opposition, why the traditional Islamic establishment opposes the Muslim Brotherhood, how the new Egyptian government is still carrying out the siege on Gaza and the role the US is playing in the crises. This clip from the Majority Report, live M-F at 12 noon EST and via daily podcast at http://Majority.FM
DemocracyNow.org - A historic election is underway as Egyptians head to the polls for the first presidential election since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. For the first time in the country's history, the winner is not a foregone conclusion. We go to Cairo for an update from Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous. Despite predictions of a high turnout, Kouddous says concerns remain over the role of Egypt's military rulers: "Many say we cannot have a president without a constitution. The president is essentially being elected without knowing exactly [his] authorities vis-a-vis the military, the cabinet, the parliament. Many of these young revolutionaries say any president that comes will be a puppet for the Supreme Council and will not have any real power, and the real struggle wil...
Friday, April 12th 2013 AUC Tahrir Square Learning from Cairo: Panel 2: Right to the City: Emergent Practices in Latin America Video of Q&A led by Diane Singerman, Department of Government, American University, WashingtonD.C.; Tadamun: Cairo Urban Solidarity Initiative Learning from Cairo, co-organized by CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research) and the American University in Cairo, was an international symposium that sought to engage the current political and urban transformation unfolding in Cairo as a critical context for examining relevant international case studies and best practices in areas ranging from housing, transportation, public space and local governance to informality. The conference emphasized a comparative and interdisciplinary approac...