This video says about itself:
Egyptian Female Activist Shaima al-Sabbagh Killed By Police In Tahrir Square Protest
24 January 2015
Shocking moment: female socialist activist is gunned down by police during demonstrations on 4th anniversary of Arab Spring against Hosni Mubarak
A woman was killed on Saturday in Cairo after the police fired shotgun pellets at a handful of socialist activists marching to Tahrir Square with flowers to commemorate the hundreds of demonstrators killed there during the revolution that began on Jan 25 2011 witnesses said.
A health ministry spokesman said Shaima al-Sabbagh died of birdshot wounds, which fellow protesters said were fired by police to disperse the march. Al Sabbagh who was said to be … with a five year old son, was shot while she peacefully marched towards the Tahrir Square to lay a commemorative wreath of roses.
Egyptian activists shared graphic images of Ms. Sabbagh’s last moments on social networks Photographs and video recorded before the police moved in seemed to show the protesters, including Ms Sabbagh, standing peacefully outside the Air France KLM office in Talaat Harb Square near Tahrir. As officers charged at the protesters guns drawn shots rang out and Ms. Sabbagh fell to the pavement. Al-Sabbagh was taken to a hospital where she was declared dead.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Egypt: Protesters vent fury at islands’ handover
Tuesday 26th April 2016
Cairo police break up demonstrations over Saudi Arabia deal
by Our Foreign Desk
POLICE fired tear gas and birdshot yesterday to break up protests against the ceding of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
Demonstrators called on President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to resign over the decision to surrender the islands of Tiran and Sanafir, at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba, in the second such protest in two weeks.
Riyadh placed the islands under Cairo’s protection in 1950 for fear that the newly created state of Israel would invade them.
General Sissi announced the territories’ cession during a state visit by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman earlier this month. Egypt is part of the Saudi-led coalition attacking Yemen.
Thousands of police and troops were deployed on the streets of Cairo before the marches on Sinai Liberation Day, marking the final pullout of Israeli occupation forces from the peninsula in 1982.
Many of the organisers’ gathering points were sealed off by police, including the offices of the doctors’ and journalists’ unions.
Pedestrians near the Press Syndicate building were stopped by police, who asked for identity documents and their destinations before turning many of them away.
Minibuses loaded with plainclothes police were also deployed at expected flashpoints.
A group of some 500 protesters led by prominent activists managed to gather in Mesaha square.
Their chants of “leave, leave,” directed at Gen Sissi, echoed across the square, along with “bread, freedom, the islands are Egyptian.”
Police in full riot gear arrived 10 minutes later and immediately fired tear gas and birdshot. The protesters fled and regrouped in smaller gatherings on nearby streets.
From their flats’ balconies, the square’s pro-government residents shouted “traitors” at the demonstrators below and poured water on them.
Later, plainclothes police were seen by reporters kicking and slapping protesters they had arrested.
Several websites reported that Michel George, the Cairo manager for news agency Reuters, had fled the country yesterday morning after police opened an investigation against him.
Mr George was questioned by police after he published comments by officers and intelligence sources that murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni had been “detained by police and then transferred to a compound run by homeland security the day he vanished.”