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Thousands of Tunisians demonstrated Saturday night at Bardo, near Tunis, to demand the fall of the government led by the Islamist party Ennahda, forty days after the assassination of the opponent Mohamed Brahmi.
Islamist protests have gone Calm less support than expected, although they have not been without incidents in major Egyptian cities.
The interim government’s military used helicopters to shoot into the crowd called by Muslim Brotherhood against the dismissal of Mohamed Mursi. They looted 40 Christian churches and authorities report at least 83 dead.
Egyptian court Monday extended 15-day preventive detention of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. His supporters barricaded for more than a month on two places in Cairo, continuing their protests despite the threat of the new authorities to disperse.
The street in front of the headquarters of the presidential guard on the outskirts of Cairo is like a battlefield. There are still 30 ambulances on site, paramedics attend to the injured. Bricks are everywhere, there are small stone barricades deserted. Behind them, the Muslim Brotherhood have holed a few hours ago.
Talks about the protests in Bahrain and how the Arab Spring was a contributing factor to it’s starting along with the involvement of external parties interfering in it’s politics.
Police used tear gas to disperse a small group of masked men who allegedly tried to invade the headquarters of the municipality of Rio de Janeiro.
Turkish Interior Minister, Muammer Guler, reported that 939 arrests have been made in over 90 demonstrations were held Saturday in Turkey to protest the crackdown on protesters in Taksim Square in Istanbul.
Arrested two French and one German who have claimed in Tunisia with their breasts exposed the freedom of a local militant arrested will be judged on Friday.