Dozens killed in Egypt after Brotherhood supporters take to streets

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Dozens killed in Egypt’s ‘Day of Rage’

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More than 50 people die after Islamists take to the streets to protest this week’s bloody military crackdown.

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Egypt bloodshed: Death toll rises to 327 after troops clear pro-Morsi camps

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Egypt descended into a chaotic bloodbath – and another political crisis - Wednesday after security forces backed by bulldozers moved into opposition protest camps set up by supporters of ousted president Mohammed Morsi, sparking deadly violence.

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BREAKING: Egypt death toll rises to 235 people, according to health officials

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At least 235 people were killed after security forces moved into pro-Morsi protest camps. Secretary of State Kerry said the events “run counter to Egyptians’ aspirations for peace.”

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Updated: 149 dead, 1,403 injured in Egypt clashes

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Egypt’s government declared a state of emergency as forces clash with pro-Morsi demonstrators. At least 874 have been injured.

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Tear gas, gunfire, raids: At least 95 killed as Egyptian troops clear protest camps

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Egypt’s government declared a state of emergency as forces clash with pro-Morsi demonstrators. At least 874 have been injured.

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Egypt bitterly divided after 72 die in clashes

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Egyptians remained deeply divided over the future of their country Sunday, with no sign of an end to clashes between rivals groups that left at least 72 dead on Saturday.

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Activists: Scores killed in Cairo Morsi rally

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At least 100 people died and 5,000 were injured after riot police fired on protesters supporting the deposed Egyptian president early Saturday.

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51 dead, 435 hurt in clashes near pro-Morsi sit-in

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At least 51 people were killed and 435 injured in clashes early Monday near the Republican Guard headquarters in the Egyptian capital, the Ministry of Health said.

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BREAKING: Egyptian military says it has ousted Morsi; crowds celebrate in Cairo

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The Egyptian military said Wednesday that it had ousted President Mohammed Morsi and suspended the country’s constitution. Armored cars, tanks and troops deployed in the capital in what advisers to the president described as a coup.

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BREAKING: Morsi adviser says full military coup is under way in Egypt, with tanks on the move

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An adviser to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said Wednesday that a military coup was underway, that tanks were on the move outside Cairo and that communication with the president had been cut off.

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Egypt’s president, top general ready to die as power struggle enters ‘final hours’

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The president and the top general in Egypt both signaled Wednesday that they were prepared to fight to the death for power, edging the country closer to chaos as the final hours ticked down before a military deadline. 

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Defiant Morsi demands army drop ultimatum

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As crowds of protesters flooded Cairo’s Tahrir Square, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi called on the military to withdraw a 48-hour ultimatum for him to share power with his political opponents.

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Five Egyptians killed in clashes between Christians, Muslims

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Five Egyptians were killed and eight wounded in clashes between Christians and Muslims in a town near Cairo, security sources said on Saturday, in the latest sectarian violence in the most populous Arab state.

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How the Harlem Shake is being used to push for change in Egypt

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CAIRO — It is the latest Internet phenomenon that has the world laughing, but in Egypt the Harlem Shake has caught the imagination of revolutionaries who are using it as a new way to challenge the country’s new Islamist rulers.

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