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Several protesters killed in Cairo attack | 

Army intervenes as at least eleven people are killed during protest against military rulers near Ministry of Defence.

Several protesters killed in Cairo attack | 

Army intervenes as at least eleven people are killed during protest against military rulers near Ministry of Defence.
In Pictures: Tahrir square burns | 

Nine people have been killed and over 300 wounded in Tahrir square as protesters clash with military troops and police.

In Pictures: Tahrir square burns | 

Nine people have been killed and over 300 wounded in Tahrir square as protesters clash with military troops and police.
Troops beat Cairo protesters after clashes | Demonstrators beaten in Tahrir Square in a second day of clashes that have killed 10 people and wounded more than 430.

Troops beat Cairo protesters after clashes | Demonstrators beaten in Tahrir Square in a second day of clashes that have killed 10 people and wounded more than 430.

Mohammad Mahmoud St. leads to Tahrir Square and has been the site of ongoing clashes between protesters and police. Get the latest updates on our Egypt Live Blog.

Mohammad Mahmoud St. leads to Tahrir Square and has been the site of ongoing clashes between protesters and police. Get the latest updates on our Egypt Live Blog.

For more coverage of the latest news from Egypt, visit our live blog: http://blogs.aljazeera.com/liveblog/egypt

For more coverage of the latest news from Egypt, visit our live blog: http://blogs.aljazeera.com/liveblog/egypt

In pictures: Deadly clashes erupt in Egypt | 

Egypt’s biggest demonstration in months sparks chaos and bloodshed in fighting between riot police and protesters.

In pictures: Deadly clashes erupt in Egypt | 

Egypt’s biggest demonstration in months sparks chaos and bloodshed in fighting between riot police and protesters.
US actor Sean Penn walks with Egyptian actor Khaled al-Nabawi as they join Egyptian protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday during a mass rally to reclaim the revolution amid anger over the military rulers’ handling of the transition.[AFP Photo]

US actor Sean Penn walks with Egyptian actor Khaled al-Nabawi as they join Egyptian protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday during a mass rally to reclaim the revolution amid anger over the military rulers’ handling of the transition.[AFP Photo]

“This action shows the state of anger and frustration the young Egyptian revolutionaries feel against Israel especially after the recent Israeli attacks on the Egyptian borders that led to the killing of Egyptian soldiers.” | Egyptian political analyst Nabil Abdel Fattah on Israels evacuation from Cairo. (source Guardian via Newsflick)

This action shows the state of anger and frustration the young Egyptian revolutionaries feel against Israel especially after the recent Israeli attacks on the Egyptian borders that led to the killing of Egyptian soldiers.” | Egyptian political analyst Nabil Abdel Fattah on Israels evacuation from Cairo. (source Guardian via Newsflick)

Using electric generators and wires from the street lamp cables, the Tahrir protesters charge their mobile phones and laptops, browse the internet and disseminate information about their cause [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Using electric generators and wires from the street lamp cables, the Tahrir protesters charge their mobile phones and laptops, browse the internet and disseminate information about their cause [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Anger brewing over ‘unfulfilled demands and aspirations’ have brought Egyptians back to Tahrir and other public squares across the country [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Anger brewing over ‘unfulfilled demands and aspirations’ have brought Egyptians back to Tahrir and other public squares across the country [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Labour groups and independent trade unions have been regularly sending delegations and representatives to the Friday protests at Tahrir, and some have joined the ongoing sit-in demanding raising the national minimum wage to LE 1,200 ($200) a month [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Labour groups and independent trade unions have been regularly sending delegations and representatives to the Friday protests at Tahrir, and some have joined the ongoing sit-in demanding raising the national minimum wage to LE 1,200 ($200) a month [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

'Bread, freedom and social justice,' has been one of the slogans chanted by protesters since the start of the uprising. However, many feel that social justice has been far from achieved. Labour strikes and sit-ins have been sweeping almost every sector of the economy since early February. Some analysts say that the involvement of the workers during the last three days of the 18-day uprising was 'the straw that broke the camel’s back'. The labour movement has put forward several demands, which Tahrir protesters have also adopted, including the re-nationalisation of privatised companies, such as the Ghazl Shebeen el-Kom textile factory, whose workers in the image above could be seen marching in the Monofiya region of Egypt [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

'Bread, freedom and social justice,' has been one of the slogans chanted by protesters since the start of the uprising. However, many feel that social justice has been far from achieved. Labour strikes and sit-ins have been sweeping almost every sector of the economy since early February. Some analysts say that the involvement of the workers during the last three days of the 18-day uprising was 'the straw that broke the camel’s back'. The labour movement has put forward several demands, which Tahrir protesters have also adopted, including the re-nationalisation of privatised companies, such as the Ghazl Shebeen el-Kom textile factory, whose workers in the image above could be seen marching in the Monofiya region of Egypt [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Designer khalid Albaih put together this cool graphic.

Designer khalid Albaih put together this cool graphic.

The 30 seconds that ended 30 years of Hosni Mubarak’s rule over Egypt.

(Source: english.aljazeera.net)

Several protesters killed in Cairo attack | 

Army intervenes as at least eleven people are killed during protest against military rulers near Ministry of Defence.

Several protesters killed in Cairo attack | 

Army intervenes as at least eleven people are killed during protest against military rulers near Ministry of Defence.
In Pictures: Tahrir square burns | 

Nine people have been killed and over 300 wounded in Tahrir square as protesters clash with military troops and police.

In Pictures: Tahrir square burns | 

Nine people have been killed and over 300 wounded in Tahrir square as protesters clash with military troops and police.
Troops beat Cairo protesters after clashes | Demonstrators beaten in Tahrir Square in a second day of clashes that have killed 10 people and wounded more than 430.

Troops beat Cairo protesters after clashes | Demonstrators beaten in Tahrir Square in a second day of clashes that have killed 10 people and wounded more than 430.

Mohammad Mahmoud St. leads to Tahrir Square and has been the site of ongoing clashes between protesters and police. Get the latest updates on our Egypt Live Blog.

Mohammad Mahmoud St. leads to Tahrir Square and has been the site of ongoing clashes between protesters and police. Get the latest updates on our Egypt Live Blog.

For more coverage of the latest news from Egypt, visit our live blog: http://blogs.aljazeera.com/liveblog/egypt

For more coverage of the latest news from Egypt, visit our live blog: http://blogs.aljazeera.com/liveblog/egypt

In pictures: Deadly clashes erupt in Egypt | 

Egypt’s biggest demonstration in months sparks chaos and bloodshed in fighting between riot police and protesters.

In pictures: Deadly clashes erupt in Egypt | 

Egypt’s biggest demonstration in months sparks chaos and bloodshed in fighting between riot police and protesters.
US actor Sean Penn walks with Egyptian actor Khaled al-Nabawi as they join Egyptian protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday during a mass rally to reclaim the revolution amid anger over the military rulers’ handling of the transition.[AFP Photo]

US actor Sean Penn walks with Egyptian actor Khaled al-Nabawi as they join Egyptian protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday during a mass rally to reclaim the revolution amid anger over the military rulers’ handling of the transition.[AFP Photo]

“This action shows the state of anger and frustration the young Egyptian revolutionaries feel against Israel especially after the recent Israeli attacks on the Egyptian borders that led to the killing of Egyptian soldiers.” | Egyptian political analyst Nabil Abdel Fattah on Israels evacuation from Cairo. (source Guardian via Newsflick)

This action shows the state of anger and frustration the young Egyptian revolutionaries feel against Israel especially after the recent Israeli attacks on the Egyptian borders that led to the killing of Egyptian soldiers.” | Egyptian political analyst Nabil Abdel Fattah on Israels evacuation from Cairo. (source Guardian via Newsflick)

Using electric generators and wires from the street lamp cables, the Tahrir protesters charge their mobile phones and laptops, browse the internet and disseminate information about their cause [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Using electric generators and wires from the street lamp cables, the Tahrir protesters charge their mobile phones and laptops, browse the internet and disseminate information about their cause [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Anger brewing over ‘unfulfilled demands and aspirations’ have brought Egyptians back to Tahrir and other public squares across the country [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Anger brewing over ‘unfulfilled demands and aspirations’ have brought Egyptians back to Tahrir and other public squares across the country [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Labour groups and independent trade unions have been regularly sending delegations and representatives to the Friday protests at Tahrir, and some have joined the ongoing sit-in demanding raising the national minimum wage to LE 1,200 ($200) a month [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Labour groups and independent trade unions have been regularly sending delegations and representatives to the Friday protests at Tahrir, and some have joined the ongoing sit-in demanding raising the national minimum wage to LE 1,200 ($200) a month [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

'Bread, freedom and social justice,' has been one of the slogans chanted by protesters since the start of the uprising. However, many feel that social justice has been far from achieved. Labour strikes and sit-ins have been sweeping almost every sector of the economy since early February. Some analysts say that the involvement of the workers during the last three days of the 18-day uprising was 'the straw that broke the camel’s back'. The labour movement has put forward several demands, which Tahrir protesters have also adopted, including the re-nationalisation of privatised companies, such as the Ghazl Shebeen el-Kom textile factory, whose workers in the image above could be seen marching in the Monofiya region of Egypt [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

'Bread, freedom and social justice,' has been one of the slogans chanted by protesters since the start of the uprising. However, many feel that social justice has been far from achieved. Labour strikes and sit-ins have been sweeping almost every sector of the economy since early February. Some analysts say that the involvement of the workers during the last three days of the 18-day uprising was 'the straw that broke the camel’s back'. The labour movement has put forward several demands, which Tahrir protesters have also adopted, including the re-nationalisation of privatised companies, such as the Ghazl Shebeen el-Kom textile factory, whose workers in the image above could be seen marching in the Monofiya region of Egypt [Hossam el-Hamalawy]

Designer khalid Albaih put together this cool graphic.

Designer khalid Albaih put together this cool graphic.

The 30 seconds that ended 30 years of Hosni Mubarak’s rule over Egypt.

(Source: english.aljazeera.net)

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