08/07/2013 . By TIMEP

The Egyptian presidency announced that intervention efforts by various foreign governments and bodies had failed. The Egyptian government blamed the Muslim Brotherhood for the collapse of the talks. Interim President

07/27/2013 . By TIMEP

Competing demonstrations continued overnight as violence escalated. According to the Ministry of Health, Saturday saw at least 74 people killed and around 750 injured. 65 were killed in Cairo, mostly

06/30/2013 . By TIMEP

On Sunday, June 30, Egypt saw likely the largest recorded demonstrations in its history. While it appears that several million people took to the streets in total, early specific estimates

06/30/2013 . By TIMEP

By mid-May, the Tamarod campaign had collected two million signatures, and they hit their goal of 15 million by mid-June – more than the 13 million votes that were cast

06/29/2013 . By TIMEP

June 29 was a day spent preparing for the long-planned June 30 protests. The Tamarod movement announced their claim that the final tally of signatures in support of recalling President

06/28/2013 . By TIMEP

On the Friday before the Tamarod campaign planned to march to the main presidential palace in Cairo, protests erupted across Egypt both in support of, and in opposition to, President

06/24/2013 . By TIMEP

A sit-in in Alexandria, conducted in protest of the Culture Minister Alaa Abdel Aziz, was attacked by unknown assailants. Abdel Aziz was considered controversial both for his recent firing of

04/28/2013 . By TIMEP

Mahmoud Badr, Hassan Shaheen, and Mohammed Abdul Aziz launched the “Tamarod” (Arabic for “Rebel”) movement. The movement is an attempt to display the Egyptian public’s lack of faith in the