“The people demand the ouster of the regime.” Egyptians gather in Tahrir square following the resignation of longtime President Hosni Mubarak, who was in power from 1981 until continuous protests over a period of 18-days in late January 2011 forced his resignation.

(February 12, 2011)

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Egyptians gather in Tahrir square to commemorate the anniversary of the 2011 uprising which forced the resignation of former President Hosni Mubarak who ruled for 29 years since the assassination of his predecessor, Anwar Sadat, in 1981.

(January 25, 2012)

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Egyptians participate in funerary march for Gaber Salah “Jika,” a protester who was killed by riot police earlier while demonstrating against new decrees by Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, which had effectively immunized his decisions against judicial review.

(November 26, 2012)

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Egyptian street children stand atop stones by a graffiti-covered barrier blocking the road to the Egyptian Interior Ministry, after recent clashes and protests against Islamist President Mohamed Morsi's immunizing decrees.

(November 26, 2012) 

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An Egyptian demonstrator carrying a chain of spent teargas canisters following clashes and protests against recent decrees by Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, immunizing his decisions against judicial review.

(November 26, 2012)

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Egyptians hold night vigil in Tahrir square against new decrees by Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, through which he immunized his decisions against judicial review.

(November 26, 2012)

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A young Egyptian street-child poses metres away from ongoing clashes in Cairo's Tahrir square, amid protests against new-in-power Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and the ruling Muslim Brotherhood party.

(January 28, 2013)

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Egyptian demonstrators and street-children explore a burnt-down riot police vehicle in  Cairo's Tahrir square, following protests against new-in-power Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and the ruling Muslim Brotherhood party.

(January 28, 2013)

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Egyptian riot police disperse protests by the presidential palace against new-in-power Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and the ruling Muslim Brotherhood. The protests aimed to evoke the same spirit of protests against Morsi's predecessor Mubarak for his perceived failure to uphold the legacy and aims of the 2011 uprising.

(February 11, 2013)

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At the High Court in Downtown Cairo, where demonstrators called for an end to the chief prosecutor fiasco and denounced the repression of activists by the Egyptian authorities. A demonstrator-made sign at the top reads “the people demand the arrest of the chief prosecutor.”

(March 29, 2013)

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An Egyptian woman carries a signed petition calling for the ouster of Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party, after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(June 4, 2013)

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Egyptians demonstrate across Cairo calling for the resignation of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(June 30, 2013)

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Leftist leader Hamdeen Sabahy speaks to NPR during the march to Tahrir amid million-strong protests calling for the resignation of Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(June 30, 2013)

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An Egyptian demonstrator riding behind her husband during the June 30 protests carries a red sign saying “Leave” directed towards Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(June 30, 2013)

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Egyptian demonstrators stand atop a bus-stop in Tahrir square carrying national flags during million-strong protests calling for the ouster of  Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party, after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(July 2, 2013)

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A sign reads “Leave, Jinx,” is flown with national flags as Egyptians gather in Tahrir square calling for the ouster Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party, after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(July 2, 2013)

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Fireworks fired in Cairo's Tahrir square as Egyptians gather calling for the ouster Islamist Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood party, after almost a year in power amid widely perceived failure in governance and rampant corruption.

(July 2, 2013)

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A supporter of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi reads the Quran during the Ramadan fast in the Rabia al-Adawiya sit-in in eastern Cairo, where supporters of Morsi held vigil to press for his return after being removed by the military amid million-strong protests in early July.

(July 20, 2013)

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Bodies of killed supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi are taken by paramedics from Rabia al-Adawiya mosque hospital at the sit-in in eastern Cairo, after they were killed the previous night during an attack by thugs against the camp.

(July 27, 2013)

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Supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi carry masks of his face as they gather at the Cairo Police Academy where court is being held on the first day of his trial for his responsibility in attacks against protesters outside the presidential during his tenure in December 2012.

(November 4, 2013)

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Egyptian students hold vigil in Cairo University behind an effigy of colleague Mohamed Reda who was killed the previous week during clashes outside the university campus. Students blamed the Egyptian Interior Ministry for police brutality as they accused officers of killing their colleague; allegations which the ministry denied.

(December 8, 2013)

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A middle aged Egyptian man walks down Old Cairo's historic al-Muizz st. past a poster of Defence Minister Major-General Abdelfattah el-Sissi, who led the military in the ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi in early July.

(July 9, 2013)

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(November 30, 2013)

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(November 30, 2013)

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Supporters of presidential candidate Field Marshal Abdelfattah el-Sissi celebrate his expected victory outside a poll-station during the 2014 Egyptian presidential election, raising national flags and blasting pro-Sissi campaign songs on speakers and megaphones.

(May 26, 2014)

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AlJazeera journalists Mohamed Fadel Fahmy and Peter Greste, centre, with hands on the cage, in the dock at their ongoing terror trial in Cairo. They are charged with belonging to and working for the Muslim Brotherhood which was banned and officially branded as a terrorist group in late 2013, following the ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and the storming and dispersal of sit-ins where his followers continued to hold vigil.

(March 23, 2014)

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Al-Jazeera Arabic reporter Abdullah al-Shami greeting family and the press after his release from jail. Al-Shami was held for over 10-months without specific charges against him and a hunger strike waged for over a hundred days.

(June 17, 2014)

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(December 11, 2013)

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