Protesters who were in Tahrir Square to commemorate the second anniversary of the deadly Mohamed Mahmoud clashes fight with supporters of Army leader General Abdel Fatal al-Sisi.
A small group of activists stage a one hour protest outside the Shura Council on Saturday 9 November to call for a no to military trials for civilians
Egyptian Coptic Christians joyfully waited outside the Virgin Church in Cairo for the bride to arrive to join the groom for their wedding.
Instead bearded men on a motorcycle pulled up and fired on the crowd, deepening the fears of many Christians that their minority community will pay the bloodiest price for the ouster of elected Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.
"We heard gunfire and ran outside to find people and children lying on the ground swimming in their blood," said Father Sawiris Boshra of the assault on Sunday night.
Bride Donya Amir Eissa and groom Mena Nashaat survived. Four other Christians who had come to share their happy occasion, including an eight-year-old girl, were killed.
Gunmen on a motorcycle fired on Egyptian wedding guests outside a Coptic Christian church in a Cairo suburb on Sunday night, killing three people, security sources said.
On the 40th anniversary of the 1973 war, supporters of the Egyptian military pour into Tahrir Square to voice their approval of the current military leader - General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
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Coptic Christians have been a part of the social fabric of Egypt for centuries, but in recent history they have also become a target for assault and discrimination. In the days since the ouster of former President Morsi, Coptic churches have been attacked in some of Egypt's most fiercely Islamist areas. Margaret Warner reports
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There has been a string of attacks on Christians in different provinces in Egypt since Mohammed Morsi was forced from office, with Coptic Christians saying they have been singled out for campaigning against him.
"The Muslim Brotherhood is the gateway drug to Islamic Terrorism" says Erick Stakelbeck (Author of "The Brotherhood") to FNC's Martha MacCallum as he describes the reasons behind all the violence that is currently exploding throughout Egypt, thanks to the endless protesting efforts initiated by the Muslim Brotherhood.
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