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Following anti-government demonstrations that brought millions of Egyptians to the streets to express dissent, Egypt's top generals gave President Mohammed Morsi 48 hours to respond to citizens' protests or face a military takeover of the government. Margaret Warner reports.
In other news Monday, President Mohammed Morsi remained behind the protection of the Egyptian military as violent protests continued in Cairo at the presidential palace. Opposition forces are protesting a draft constitution scheduled for national referendum Dec. 15, arguing that…
After attacks on Egyptian border patrol left 16 guards dead, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi moved decisively to consolidate government power. He announced the retirement of defense minister Mohamed Hussein Tantawi and other top military leaders, many of whom served under…
After militants attacked an Egyptian security checkpoint, killing 16 border patrol guards, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi launched a crackdown in the dangerous Sinai peninsula where drug smuggling, human trafficking and militant terrorism are on the rise. John Ray of Independent…
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