Ten-thousand women marched Tuesday in Tahrir Square after brutal attacks of women were reported during protests in Cairo. Margaret Warner discusses Egypt's political struggles with corporate executive May Nabil, who participated in the demonstrations.
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Second Round of Voting Begins in Post-Revolution Egypt…
On Friday the Obama administration issued a statement urging Egypt's ruling military council to speed up the transition to civilian rule, as angry protesters reiterated their impatience for change. Margaret Warner discusses the latest developments with the International Crisis Group's…
Violent clashes between protesters and security forces continued Tuesday in central Cairo, but the country's military rulers appeared to give ground on political reforms. Jeffrey Brown discusses what's next for Egypt's "unfinished revolution" with Mervat Hatem of Howard University.
Clashes between police and protesters moved into a third day in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Monday. Ray Suarez discusses the increasingly deadly mix of politics and violence in Egypt with GlobalPost's Charles Sennott.
Cairo struggled to return to calm Monday after clashes Sunday between Coptic Christians, Muslims and security forces killed 26 people and wounded more than 500. Ray Suarez discusses the latest violence with The New York Times' David Kirkpatrick, reporting from…
Margaret Warner continues her reporting from Cairo with a look at the economic fallout from the country's revolution.
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Messages of hope and relief line the walls of Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt.
Seven months after the ouster of President Hosni Mubarack, a new Egyptian government is taking shape and young political activists are trying to find their way in an uncertain future. Margaret Warner reports from Cairo.
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