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Morsi supporters protest in Nasr City, Cairo

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A group of village children scampered behind the coffin as it was driven past some mud-brick stables. Inside was the body of Dr Sayeed Abdel Salaam. Until last week he had been a 42-year-old government vet; a father-of-three who gave away much of his money to help local orphans, according to friends. Today he became a statistic – a battered and bloodied victim of the 30 June insurrection.

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Now Egypt’s Christians targeted in sectarian violence

The Muslim Brotherhood blames Copts for coup, with deadly consequences

Egypt's new regime born in chaos as violence spreads

Interim president to be new PM but Muslim opposition puts appointment in doubt

Confusion over appointment of Mohamed ElBaradei as Egypt's interim leader

Opposition leaders' role as prime minister in doubt as death toll from latest protests rises to at least 35

Lost leader: A supporter of the deposed President Morsi displays his image

'People must be able to defend themselves': Egypt - the Brotherhood fights back

With no hint of compromise between army and Islamists and violence spreading, few are inclined to see this as a 'benign coup'

Essam el-Haddad

Muslim Brotherhood officials arrested: 'They were supposed to be protected... not detained'

Muslim Brotherhood officials are now living in fear, the family of a Morsi adviser tell Alastair Beach in Cairo

Anti-government protesters celebrate in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

Egypt coup: Muslim Brotherhood calls for protests as military arrests leader Mohammed Badie

Arrests of some 12 officials are confirmed but the figure could be three times as high

Top Muslim Brotherhood leaders ‘taken to Cairo prison that holds Mubarak’

When Egypt’s former president Hosni Mubarak, ousted after the Arab Spring uprising of February 2011, was eventually detained in the notorious Tora prison on the outskirts of Cairo – where his own enemies had been held during his rule - it must have seemed to like the perfect just deserts for the man branded a dictator by his people.

Anti-government protesters celebrate in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

The Cairo coup: Egypt's leader Mohamed Morsi in custody after being ousted by army

General says President’s removal ‘ends Egypt’s state of tension and division’

Fawzia with the Shah and their daughter Shahnaz in 1942

Princess Fawzia Fuad: Daughter of King Fuad who married the Shah of Iran

King Fuad of Egypt (1917-1936) had four daughters, whose names all began with F to commemorate his beloved mother, Feryal. They were brought up by an English nanny, Mrs Naylor, and often spoke English among themselves and with their brother Farouk. Fawzia was the most beautiful and in 1939, as part of King Farouk's plans to strengthen his influence in the Middle East, she was married to the heir to the throne of Iran, Mohamed Reza Pahlavi.

Egypt protests: President Morsi runs out of time as army prepares to step in

Mohamed Morsi rejected a military ultimatum to strike a deal with his opponents tonight and declared himself Egypt’s legitimate leader – despite the eruption in Cairo of deadly gun battles during rallies to shore up his teetering position.

Egypt erupts with protests

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