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Egyptians mourn over bodies wrapped in shrouds at a mosque in Cairo on 15 August 2013

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US senator John McCain calls for talks with former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi

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Egyptian supporters of Morsi protest in Cairo

Egypt unrest: Leaders plan strike against Muslim Brotherhood as Cairo protest branded threat to national security

Almost 300 people have been killed in weeks of violence since the army deposed the former president

Egyptian violence was a massacre, not a ‘post-revolution transition’

Sisi realises Egypt’s relations with Israel are far more important than any coup

Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi chants slogans against Egyptian Defense Minister General Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi at Nasr City

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Supporters of toppled President Mohamed Morsi vowed to continue defying government threats to clear them from their sprawling tent encampment in eastern Cairo – despite the massacre of scores of protesters by security forces over the weekend.

Morsi supporters throw stones at police from behind a barricade

Woman and young girl killed as deadly clashes continue with Friday protests in Egypt

Rallies of both supporters and opposition to ousted President Morsi clash as tens of thousands take to streets

US ‘refuses to take sides’ in Egyptian political turmoil, says Deputy Secretary of State

William Burns, the US Deputy Secretary of State, has said America will not take sides in Egypt’s political turmoil. The comment came during the first official visit by a US diplomat to Egypt since the army-backed revolt which ousted President Mohamed Morsi this month.

US Secretary of State William Burns meets with officials in Egypt as President Morsi supporters take to the streets

Washington remains torn between support for democracy and uneasiness at the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt investigates complaints against ousted Morsi including inciting killing of protesters

US joins Germany in calling for release of former president as demonstrations continue in Cairo

Egypt unrest: Deposed president Mohamed Morsi could face long jail term if found guilty of colluding with foreign groups

Egypt’s interim rulers to pursue deposed president over his escape from prison

This time around, the Army knows how to add its own spin on things

As an army sniper crouched on the roof and trained his rifle on the demonstrators down below, every movement was being tracked on camera.

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