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Posted: 498.9 hours ago
ottoman-empire: Masjid Al-Aqsa, Palestine
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Posted: 559.0 hours ago
munyakare: Cuba (2009) by Sergey Maximishin
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Posted: 677.4 hours ago
soccertronix: Players of CD Palestino supporting Palestina
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Posted: 677.4 hours ago
ramosalaplaya: CD Palestino (CHI) fans display the flag of Palestine before the match against River Plate (ARG), during the Copa Libertadores group stage. 24/04/19
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Posted: 684.1 hours ago
brianfabrydorsam: Really excited to see this guy play in the next round!
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Posted: 764.6 hours ago
lukajovicc: #dayum hello sexy there i’m luka
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Posted: 767.2 hours ago
vicemag: The Chaotic Start of Mohamed Morsi’s Trial Yesterday, for the first time in four months, Egypt’s deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi appeared in public. Since his ousting on July 3 the interim government and armed forces have gone to great lengths to keep his whereabouts a secret. The inevitable speculation made for some interesting gossip: was he rotting in jail in Alexandria? Was he effectively being held captive in the Republican Guard HQ? Was he, for whatever reason, in Qatar? Could he even be dead? If he is found guilty of the charges laid against him, death will become a very real possibility for Morsi. He, along with 14 other high-ranking members of the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, are accused of a multitude of crimes, including incitement to murder. On December 5 last year, a march staged by supporters of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood intentionally made its way to an anti-Morsi sit-in outside the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace. Predictably, violence ensued, with 11 people dead—three of them non-Brotherhood. Reports subsequently emerged that Brotherhood members had set up makeshift torture rooms and graphic stories leaked out over the proceeding weeks. The question now is how much Morsi, or Brotherhood leaders, had to do with any of it. Continue
myretroworlds
Posted: 767.2 hours ago
nbcnews: BREAKING: Egypt death toll rises to 235 people, according to health officials (Photo: Aly Hazzaa / El Shorouk via AP) At least 235 people were killed after security forces moved into pro-Morsi protest camps. Secretary of State Kerry said the events “run counter to Egyptians’ aspirations for peace.” Continue reading
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Posted: 767.2 hours ago
msnnews: Egypt’s army gives Morsi 48 hours to solve crisis Army officials gave Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi a 48-hour ultimatum to make peace or leave as military helicopters circled above the Cairo protests. Get the latest developments.
myretroworlds
Posted: 767.2 hours ago
nbcnews: BREAKING: Egypt death toll rises to 235 people, according to health officials (Photo: Aly Hazzaa / El Shorouk via AP) At least 235 people were killed after security forces moved into pro-Morsi protest camps. Secretary of State Kerry said the events “run counter to Egyptians’ aspirations for peace.” Continue reading
myretroworlds
Posted: 767.3 hours ago
vicemag: The Chaotic Start of Mohamed Morsi’s Trial Yesterday, for the first time in four months, Egypt’s deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi appeared in public. Since his ousting on July 3 the interim government and armed forces have gone to great lengths to keep his whereabouts a secret. The inevitable speculation made for some interesting gossip: was he rotting in jail in Alexandria? Was he effectively being held captive in the Republican Guard HQ? Was he, for whatever reason, in Qatar? Could he even be dead? If he is found guilty of the charges laid against him, death will become a very real possibility for Morsi. He, along with 14 other high-ranking members of the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, are accused of a multitude of crimes, including incitement to murder. On December 5 last year, a march staged by supporters of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood intentionally made its way to an anti-Morsi sit-in outside the Ittihadiya Presidential Palace. Predictably, violence ensued, with 11 people dead—three of them non-Brotherhood. Reports subsequently emerged that Brotherhood members had set up makeshift torture rooms and graphic stories leaked out over the proceeding weeks. The question now is how much Morsi, or Brotherhood leaders, had to do with any of it. Continue
myretroworlds
Posted: 767.3 hours ago
nbcnews: BREAKING: Morsi adviser says full military coup is under way in Egypt, with tanks on the move (Photo: Hassan Ammar / AP) An adviser to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said Wednesday that a military coup was underway, that tanks were on the move outside Cairo and that communication with the president had been cut off. Continue reading