Showing posts with label Rallies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rallies. Show all posts

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Several killed at rival rallies across Egypt

Egyptian opposition supporters shout slogans during a demonstration against President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo's landmark Liberation Square on June 29, 2013.

Several people, including one US citizen, have been killed in the ongoing violent clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi across Egypt.

The casualties come as both pro-and anti-Morsi demonstrators staged mass rallies across the North African country on Friday evening. 

Local security officials say the American was stabbed to death in Egypt's second city of Alexandria. 

The United States is warning its citizens against travels to Egypt and has also asked its non-emergency diplomatic staff to leave the volatile country. 


Saturday, June 1, 2013

58 arrested in anti-Islam protests rallies in UK

Rival demonstrations have been taking place in London after the killing of a British Soldier. The British National Party held a demonstration in Westminster. Unite Against Facism took part in a counter protest outside the Houses of Parliament. VoR's Juliet Spare reports. (VIDEO)

The Metroplotan Police banned the British National Party from marching near the scene of soldier Lee Rigby’s killing in Woolwich, London amid fears of violent clashes with anti-fascist groups. In London, the BNP supporters staged a standoff while the Unite Against Fascism group were kept apart by the police, who have arrested 58 people in a series of scuffles. Far-right groups and their opponents scuffled in London on Saturday as protesters attacking Islam gathered in cities and towns all over Britain.
The English Defence League held rallies in Sheffield, Cambridge and Colchester.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Kanu Rallies Support For Super Eagles Coach; Keshi

Kanu Nwankwo has called for support for Super Eagles Coach Stephen Keshi from Nigerians for him to excel.
Touted as one of Nigeria’s football legends, Kanu made this comments after the Super Eagles encounter with the Harambee Stars of Kenya last weekend, a game that ended in a 1-1 draw.
He said the Eagles did well against Kenya as the boys did well enough to get a draw out of a game that was almost lost and also the pressure was on the Super Eagles and not Kenya.


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