By Baba Ahmed, Carley Petesch, Associated Press
Egypt swore in Adly Mansour as their new interim president, replacing deposed leader Mohammed Morsi. Military officials took the supreme leader of the Muslim Brotherhood into custody and placed Morsi and some of his aides under house arrest. Judy Woodruff…
Are Latest Protests and Ultimatum a Game-Changer for Egypt's Political Process?…
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.
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