29. 12. 2018
Egyptian security forces killed at least 40 people suspected of being militants in North Sinai and Giza, officials said on Saturday, a day after an explosion hit a tour bus.
24. 11. 2017
Militants detonated a bomb inside a crowded mosque in Sinai, killing at least 305 people and wounding at least 128 others.
31. 12. 2016
The Nadeem Center said it had documented the cases based on print, online and social media reports. It said there were 754 such killings in all of 2016
25. 01. 2016
An ItAlyan doctoral student was found dead. The prosecution in Rome decided to proceed on its own, listing several members of Egypt’s national security agency as potentially responsible for the alleged torture and murder of the student
31. 12. 2015
The Nadeem Center said it had documented the cases based on print, online and social media reports. It said there were 326 such killings in all of 2015
14. 09. 2015
Security forces in Egypt have mistakenly killed 12 people, including 8 Mexican tourists and 4 Egyptians, later the Egyptian government paid $140,000 for each family of three Mexican tourists according to Elhamy ElZayat, the chairman of Egypt’s tourism federation.
25. 01. 2014
16. 08. 2013
At least 20 and as many as 45 people had been reported shot dead in fierce street fighting in the center of the capital, where machine gun fire was heard as a military helicopter flew overhead. Security officials said the death toll rose to at least 60 people killed across the country: 52 civilians and eight police officers. The latest death toll also included eight people confirmed killed in Damietta, four in Ismailia, and 13 elsewhere in the country
14. 08. 2013
14. 08. 2013
Egyptian security forces stormed two encampments packed with supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi in a scorched-earth assault that killed hundreds. Coptic Christian churches were targeted by several attacks at the same day. The president declares a month-long state of emergency across the nation.
26. 07. 2013
The Egyptian authorities unleashed a ferocious attack on Islamist protesters early Saturday, killing at least 72 people in the second mass killing of demonstrators in three weeks and the deadliest attack by the security services since Egypt’s uprising in early 2011.
24. 07. 2013
El-Sisi calls on Egyptians come back out to demonstrate in the streets in two days’ time to support his efforts to confront violence.
08. 07. 2013
51 Morsi supporters killed in by by army in front of the Republican Guard compound, Interim president Mansour releases constitutional declaration.
03. 07. 2013
Egyptian coup d’état took place: Egyptian army chief General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi led a coalition to remove the President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, from power and suspended the Egyptian constitution of 2012. Morsi refuses to compromise and is ousted by the army. The army establishes an interim government led by the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court Adly Mansour as Interim President of Egypt.
30. 06. 2013
Millions protest in the Tammarod demonstrations demanding Morsi to step down and the army to take over.
28. 04. 2013
Tamarod (Rebel) movement founded by three Egyptian activists started to collect signatures calling for early presidential elections and to plan mass protests on 30 June against Morsi.
26. 01. 2013
26, 27 January 2013 Forty-two people, including two police officers, died after a court recommended sentencing 21 Port Said residents to death for killings after a soccer match a year earlier.
25. 01. 2013
Hundreds of thousands take the streets of Egypt to mark the second anniversary of the January 25 Revolution, 5 people where killed.
08. 12. 2012
President Morsi revokes his controversial declaration but states that the referendum will still take place on 15 December.
04. 12. 2012
Mass protests continue to demand the cancellation of Morsi’s decree. For the first time, hundreds of thousands march on Cairo’s Al-Itahadia Presidential Palace to demand the postponement of the constitutional referendum, it continued for several days ended by 11 killed.
21. 11. 2012
President Mohamed Morsi issued a decree granting himself broad powers above any court as the guardian of Egypt’s revolution, and used his new authority to order the retrial of Hosni Mubarak.
19. 11. 2012
Thousands march to Cairo’s Mohamed Mahmoud Street to commemorate the victims of last year’s clashes on the same street. The commemoration, however, quickly turns violent, with two activists Ahmed Naguib and Gaber ‘Jika’ Salah killed by security forces among 40 others.
10. 10. 2012
A court acquits all defendants, including several Mubarak-era officials, accused of killing of protesters during the infamous 2 February 2011 “Battle of the Camel.”
30. 06. 2012
Morsi is officially sworn in as president after taking the presidential oath before Egypt’s High Constitutional Court (HCC).
12. 06. 2012
Egypt’s supreme court dissolves parliament.
23. 05. 2012
23, 24 May 2012 Egypt witnesses its first post-revolution presidential elections, with millions of voters lining up over two days to cast ballots.
02. 05. 2012
At least 11 are killed after unknown assailants attack a peaceful sit-in by supporters of Salafist leader Hazem Abu-Ismail, the army didn’t intervene to stop the attack.
02. 02. 2012
On 1 February, 74 Ultras Ahlawy members (hardcore football fans) are killed in clashes between the Masry and Ahly football clubs in Port Said Stadium. Many later suggest that the massacre was punishment for the Ultras’ activism during the revolution and for chanting ‘Down with SCAF’ at an earlier football match. The following day, thousands of protesters and Ultras march to the interior ministry to protest the stadium massacre. Clashes later erupt with security forces leaving hundreds injured.
The international media has reported that Egyptian police incited the massacre, since the Ultras have also played a political role at the forefront of pro-democracy protests. Activists were already speculating that some of the thugs regularly hired by supporters of the old Mubarak regime might have been involved in the violence.
25. 01. 2012
Hundreds of thousands take the streets of Egypt to mark the first anniversary of the January 25 Revolution, chanting against the ruling SCAF to demand ‘justice for the revolution’s martyrs.’
19. 11. 2011
Peaceful demonstrations went to Mohamed Mahmoud street, one of the streets leading to Tahrir Square demanding a faster political transition in Egypt, Police forces and army forces used live bullets, batons rubber bullets and rubber bullets to attach the protesters. In the end of a 6 days of demonstrations, 50 people were killed and hundreds injured. Many of the injuries were in the eyes, face and chest
09. 10. 2011
At least 25 Coptic Christians are killed by the army forces, following clashes with the army in front of Maspero in one of the bloodiest days since Mubarak left office.
03. 08. 2011
The toppled Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak, goes on trial to face charges of corruption and unlawful killing.
23. 07. 2011
Peaceful demonstration were face by orchestrated thugs. The political activist Mohamed Mohsen, and 308 were injured according to Al-Ahram newpaper
11. 02. 2011
Mubarak, the 30 year ruler of Egypt stepped down. Millions of Egyptians who had been protesting for 18 days in Cairo’s Tahrir Square celebrated news.
02. 02. 2011
Thousands of supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak battled in Tahrir square all day Wednesday, 2nd Feb 2011, raining stones, bottles and firebombs on each other in scenes of uncontrolled violence as soldiers stood by without intervening. Government backers galloped in on horses and camels1. 11 were killed, and 2000 have injured.
28. 01. 2011
Egyptian took to the street to protest against corruption, injustice, unemployment, and torture. Police used live ammunition, tear gas, water cannons, batons and snipers to disperse protesters. Internet and mobile phone services were cut across the country. 664 Egyptian peaceful protesters were killed by police forces.
25. 01. 2011
On a national holiday of the Egyptian police, Egyptians take to the streets in large numbers, calling for police reform and for the minister of interior to step down.