Egypt Unrest

In Egypt, Coptic Christians Become Target for Attack in Times of National Stress

Sept. 20, 2013

Coptic Christians have been a part of the social fabric of Egypt for centuries, but in recent history they have also become a target for assault and discrimination. In the days since the ouster of former President Morsi, Coptic churches have been attacked in some of Egypt's most fiercely Islamist areas. Margaret Warner reports.

Egypt's Interim Prime Minister Promises to Fight Persecution of Military Critics

Sept. 11, 2013

Margaret Warner talks to Egyptian interim prime minister Hazem el-Beblawi about the ouster of former President Morsi, the military's influence on the government, the crackdowns on the Muslim Brotherhood, protecting liberal critics of the military takeover from prosecution and the outlook for democracy in Egypt.