"36 Islamic detainees killed in Egypt."
"Morsi supporters launch 'Day of Rage' in Egypt."
"Despite Egypt's turmoil, Qatar sends gas shipment."
Headlines like these give barely enough information to understand the crisis in the Middle East. The people dying are more than statistics that briefly appear on a screen. Here are some really interesting pictures, videos and articles published this summer that take a unique approach to reporting the news in Egypt:
Armed Forces Releases Footage of June 30 Protests From Helicopter - You though Occupy Wall Street was well-attended? The streets of Cairo are flooded with a sea of people.
Aerial Footage Shows Cairo Burning - From August 14th, you can see flames quietly engulfing the city after the curfew was imposes
Rabaa's Second Massacre - Here's an album of intense photos also from August 14th, after the sit-in at Rabaa was dispersed. The photographer, Mosa'ab El Shamy "was detained and beaten by some vigilant checkpoint outside Rabaa. They stole his camera, but he was smart enough to hide his SD card in his sock."
The Muslim Brotherhood's "Day of Anger" - The journalists at Vice get up close and personal when two Morsi sit-ins are cleared on August 16th. This video is a little graphic.