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Pro and anti-Gadhafi (R) protesters fight on the street in front of the Arab League headquarters in Cairo on Monday, March 21.
Elena Grothe says:Reuters reports that a group of protesters angry about international intervention in the war in Libya started a scuffle and blocked the path of U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, as he left a meeting at the Arab League in Cairo.
For more on the situation in Libya read here. Slideshow here.
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An Egyptian protester spray-paints the words "Egyptians want the fall of the wall" on a wall of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo September 4. Egypt has walled off Israel's embassy in Cairo after tensions between the two countries sparked a series of angry protests that reached a climax last month when a demonstrator scaled the building and removed the Israeli flag. As work began on the wall a few days ago, many Egyptians gathered nearby to show their displeasure.
Reuters ...Egypt builds wall around Israeli embassy in Cairo
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Thousands of Egyptian protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square in the evening hours of July 8, 2011. The nationwide demonstrations were called to defend the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak and to show anger at the new military rulers' slow pace of reforms.Robert Hood writes
It was easy to get excited about the protests in Cairo that toppled the Mubarak regime, but real change is hard. Let’s hope the protest and the reaction to it doesn’t turn violent.
See more ...Many in Cairo are angry about the slow pace of reform in Egypt
Words and Photographs byPeter Turnley
I've witnessed and photographed many of the most important moments of geopolitical change of the past thirty years: the fall of Berlin Wall, the Velvet Revolution in Prague, the overthrow of Ceausescu in Romania, the end of communism and the breakup of the Soviet Union, and the Tiananmen Square uprising and military crackdown in China to name the most important ones. After following daily from afar the uprising in Egypt, and being inspired by the wonderful and ...Dispatches from Egypt: Peter Turnley in Cairo
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Anti-government protesters take part in Friday prayers at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 4, 2011. Tens of thousands of Egyptians prayed in Cairo's Tahrir Square for an immediate end to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule, hoping a million more would join them in what they called the "Day of Departure".advertisement
Phaedra Singelis says:More photos from Egypt.Thousands pray peacefully at Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt
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An injured anti-government protestor rests in a house in Tahrir Square after clashes with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak on February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The Army have positioned tanks between protesters who had been battling with supporters of President Hosni Mubarak for the second day in and around Tahrir Square in Cairo.advertisement
Phaedra Singelis says:More from Egypt.Injured protester in Cairo, Egypt takes a break from battling in Tahrir Square
Times photographer Michael Robinson Chavez recounts his experiences covering the bloody clashes as thousands of supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak attacked anti-government protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Wednesday.
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Demonstrators celebrate atop an Army tank in Tahrir square during protests in Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule.
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Onlookers visit the looted and burned out headquarter of the National Democratic Party, the governing party of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak, ...Demonstrators in Egypt pose on burned vehicles and atop Army tanks in Cairo.
Pullitzer prize winning war photographer John Moore is no stranger to scenes of conflict. As a photographer for the Associated Press and now Getty Images, John has covered almost all the major wars and conflicts in the last 20 years. This video is an interview with him about his last 6 weeks work in Libya, Egypt and Bahrain. The images he has returned with are nothing short of stunning.Getty War Photographer Talks of His Time in Libya, Egypt and Bahrain
the travel photog...The current upheavals in the Near and Middle East are providing substantial opportunities for photojournalists and conflict photographers to report on the latest battles, revolts and revolutions.Here's a 6 minutes video interview of photographer John Moore who has just returned from Egypt and Libya as well as Bahrain, where he witnessed the uprisings first hand. This is a must-see for all emerging photojournalists and conflict photographers.From the PBS NewHour blog: Photographer John Moore is no ... John Moore: Libya, Egypt & Bahrain
By Luis Sinco, Los Angeles Times
When you no longer flinch at the sound of gunfire, even as it thunders just a few inches away, you kind of get the feeling that it’s time to go. “You are not even scared,” said my driver Ali, shaking his head. “They are shooting very close and you don’t jump.”
Yes, it’s crazy, but you get used to it. Everybody shoots all the time, and after a while even the deep thump of antiaircraft artillery doesn’t faze. My main concern was to file some photos as soon as possible. ...A photographer’s journey from Libya back to Egypt
LIGHTSTALKERSAnyone has a contact to some media department or other institution in Libya to get a visa for professional journalists (Italian passport)? International Media Department in Tripoli is not giving any feedback or answers the phone, after posting the media request form. Thanks Jean-Marc Libya visa
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Issa Mahmoud, 14, practises with a punching bag during a boxing training session in Libya on June 27, 2012. Boxing, which was banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has made a comeback with five boxing clubs to train at in Tripoli.
.Boxing returns to Libya
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