relatives of people killed when egyptian security forces launched a crackdown against muslim brotherhood supporters are calling for justice. grieving families gathered around the covered, charred and mutilated bodies of more than 200 egyptians, laid out in rows in cairo's al-iman mosque.
tear gas heralded the start of the egyptian security forces' assault on the al-fath mosque in central cairo.
concrete barriers and sandbags ring rabeea al adawya square, which the pro mursi supporters hope will at least impede the progress of the security forces. euronews was granted exclusive access to a muslim brotherhood camp in cairo.
egypt's high court has issued a ruling on the muslim brotherhood outlawing its activities and freezing its assets.
amid shouts of 'down, down with military rule' the trial of four muslim brotherhood members in egypt has been abandoned for the second time. mohammed badie and three others face charges stemming from clashes that left nine dead in june outside brotherhood headquarters.
reports say at least five people have been killed in egypt as supporters of deposed president mohamed morsi took to the streets to demand the end of army-backed rule. fighting erupted in cairo, in alexandria and in other cities.
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the ingredients are all there for more bloodshed in egypt. amid mounting anger over the hundreds of deaths from the bloody break-up of pro-mursi protest camps, the muslim brotherhood is calling for big street demonstrations after friday prayers.
egypt's muslim brotherhood has called for "day of anger" protests following friday prayers, outraged at the death toll following the army's actions against it and its supporters.
after a day of bloody violence in egypt, which left more than 100 people dead, tensions continued into the night in the capital cairo.
supporters of egypt's ousted islamist president mohamed mursi are to continue their defiance of the military-backed government with what they have called 'a million-man march' through cairo today. thousands of muslim brotherhood members have been camped out for a month now at cairo's rabaa al-adawiya mosque, demanding mursi's reinstatement. spokesman for the muslim brotherhood, gehad el-haddad explained where the group stands
the trial of three muslim brotherhood leaders was stopped in egypt on tuesday after one of the judges said that he felt uneasy over the case.
egypt's muslim brotherhood has reacted angrily to a call by the country's military chief for mass rallies to support the army backed regime which toppled elected islamist president mohamed mursi.
the egyptian authorities have detained senior muslim brotherhood leader essam el-erian as the crackdown against the islamist movement goes on.
the muslim brotherhood has declared a national uprising after dozens of supporters of ousted president mohamed mursi were shot dead.
the muslim brotherhood announces it'll form a political party. cnn's mary snow has more.
muslim brotherhood supporters have been marching in protest on the streets of cairo ahead of monday's trial of deposed islamist president mohamed mursi.
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thousands of pro-mursi supporters have taken to the streets across egypt in what is being called a 'friday of rage.' they are calling for mursi to be reinstated as president. many, covered from head to toe in white with holes cut out for their eyes and holding pictures of mursi, said they were ready to die as martyrs.
mohammed badie, the spiritual leader of the muslim brotherhood, has told a protest rally that he was prepared to reach a deal with the army, but only after mohammad mursi was reinstated as president.
the muslim brotherhood has flatly rejected the interim government plans to overhaul the constitution and elect a new government and president in the next six months.
thousands of mohamed mursi supporters were out on the streets of cairo on friday, calling for the ousted president to be reinstated. the clashes that broke out left them feeling angry and frustrated.
international condemnation has continued following the military crackdown in egypt and the bloodshed that ensued. turkey's prime minister recep tayyip erdogan has called on the un security council to meet urgently, lambasting egypt's rulers and the west.
after monday's bloody clashes in which at least 51 people died, egypt's interim president has set a timetable for elections and called for calm.
the egyptian army have given the muslim brotherhood 48 hours to sign up to political reconciliation which will run out saturday.
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cairo's streets were largely empty on wednesday night as the city was put under curfew after egypt's worst bloodshed in decades. the army also announced a month-long state of emergency.
hundreds of opposition activists - last night - attacked the cairo headquarters of egypt's largest islamic party, the muslim brotherhood.
canada says the release of another al-jazeera journalist from jail in egypt is imminent. the news about egyptian-canadian mohamed fahmy comes just a day after another reporter from the station, australian peter greste, was freed.
eu foreign policy chief catherine ashton has met with interim president adly mansour and army chief, general al sisi, as well as members of the muslim brotherhoods's political wing, the freedom and justice party.
a court in cairo is seeking the death penalty for ousted egyptian president, mohammed mursi and 105 additional members of the banned muslim brotherhood group. khairat al-shater, one of the movement's top leaders, is among those sentenced. they are being tried in connection with a mass prison break in 2011.
supporters of ousted egyptian president mohamed mursi have launched another day of protests after the muslim brotherhood rejected a timetable for new elections drawn up by egypt's military-led interim government.
former egyptian president hosni mubarak will return to court on sunday to face charges of corruption and complicity in the killing of demonstrators during the protests that toppled him in 2011.
violent protests have erupted once again on the streets of egypt between supporters of the deposed president mohamed mursi and those supporting the army backed government.
egypt's interim president adly mansour is having no luck in trying to move the political process on.
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it has been reported in egypt that the muslim brotherhood has appointed the deputy leader of the movement, mahmoud ezzat, as the temporary spiritual leader of the organisation. he is a doctor by profession and has been detained and imprisoned by egyptian authorities on several occasions.
the egyptian army, which late on friday surrounded the al-fath mosque in central cairo, has entered the building to negotiate with supporters of arrested president mohammed morsi who took refuge inside.