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Army soldiers take their positions in front of protesters

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A car burns during clashes between residents and Muslim Brotherhood members and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi supporters outside Cairo University

Egypt protests latest: Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel

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A general view of a protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, in front of El-Thadiya presidential palace in Cairo

Demands of 2011 revolution were not met... but the army does not hold the answers

Military rule would be more like the silly junta who took over after Mubarak

Egypt erupts with protests

At least four dead as violence erupts in Egypt and clerics warn of civil war

At least four dead as anti-Morsi protesters set fire to Muslim Brotherhood headquarters and 200,000 attend Cairo rally

Under pressure: Egypt’s leader Mohammed Morsi is accused of misrule

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Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egypt's embattled Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, held rival sit-ins in separate parts of Cairo yesterday on the eve of opposition-led mass protests aimed at forcing him from power.

Cairo braced for biggest protests yet against President Mohammed Morsi

Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egypt's embattled Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, held rival sit-ins in separate parts of Cairo yesterday on the eve of opposition-led mass protests aimed at forcing him from power.

Egyptian opponents of President Mohammed Morsi hold up posters depicting him and their shoes in the air to show their anger, as they listen to his speech during a protest at Tahrir square

Egyptians prepare for fresh clashes as planned demonstrations against the rule of President Mohamed Morsi looms

Fears violence could erupt ahead of mass protest, with tensions now near breaking point

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The Oxford sex abuse gang have been sentenced; the suffering of their victims is ongoing

The little girls – for that is what they were – abused by this gang are the victims of some horrific crimes. Today, hopefully, they each take a large step towards ending their ordeals for good.

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