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Egypt’s ‘full military coup:’ How it happened

03.07.2013 14:15

Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was ousted in a military coup Wednesday, with security forces forbidding him from leaving the country, arresting a number of top Muslim Brotherhood officials, and raiding media outlets in the midst of broadcasts.

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Anonymous user 10.07.2013 05:33

egyptian Military coup will end before RAMADAN ending !sa

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 21:01

Get your facts from the Internet. Journalists are treacherous puppets of the rich.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:57

Snowden proved that Europe is a colony of corporate America run by CIA.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:56

Americans are not familiar with democracy either.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:30

A eyptian lady told me the voting last year was rigged.
Mursi never really got those votes.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:23

It's a people revolution not a military coup as pictured in western media

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:22

Americans and Europeans should understand the will of Egyptian people

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:21

Revoultion brings back Egypt again giving no place to terrorist groups in the name of religion

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:20

The 2nd revolution will rebuild Egypt under principles of co-existence between Muslims, Christians

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:18

More than 30 million said their opinion against deteriorating economic life and inefficiency of MB

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 11:17

The Revolution is the will of Egyptian people. It's a people revolution not a military coup

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