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.
Charles Sennott of GlobalPost describes the latest round of voting in Egypt.
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.
As former President Hosni Mubarak stands trial, Egypt's revolutionaries are increasingly divided over how to shape their new political structure. Margaret Warner discusses what's next for Egyptians and their "second wave" of revolution with GlobalPost's Charles Sennott, who returned to…
Two months after former President Hosni Mubarak was forced from office, thousands of protesters defied orders and returned to Cairo's Tahrir Square demanding Mubarak and his family be prosecuted for corruption. Mubarak denied the corruption allegations but was summoned for…
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