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These are some of the examples of posters and banners seen around the streets of Cairo in the weeks and months following the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi on 3 July 2013.

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"Shooting action scenes in Cairo was suicidal" says Diab. The director of 'Clash', a thriller set within the confines of a police van as political protests and violence rage outside, tells an audience at the London film festival about the risk of a…

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This song by a famous Egyptian singer was released in the summer of 2013, following the military's removal from power of Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi. This was a time of heightened political polarisation, with many Egyptians supporting…

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Cairo - 2013, two years after the Egyptian revolution, demonstrators of divergent political and religious backgrounds are forcibly detained together in a claustrophobic police truck during the turmoil that erupts following the ousting of former…

Famous street artists Ammar Abo Bakr and El Zeft created this poster art as a tribute to Belal Ali Saber -- a young man killed whilst marching in a pro-Muslim Brotherhood demonstration. The image captures the face of the officer who killed him,…

“May Our Lord punish them,” says the driver.

“May Our Lord punish them,” replies the passenger.

By agreeing to disagree, two Egyptians ironically share a moment of unity in this cartoon by Andeel.

This cartoon was created in a context of…