After Egypt's president refuses to step down, Cairo braces for more protester clashes. Ben Wedeman reports.
Update: 3:15 p.m. ET
Egypt's top military officer announced President Mohamed Morsy is no longer the leader of the country. In a televised address on Wednesday, Gen. Abdel-Fatah El-Sisi outlined a political road map for the country to follow. He warned the military would respond firmly to any violence.
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(CNN) - The death of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, who was killed Thursday in his hometown of Sirte, Libya, is "an important step" for Libya, but don't expect the fighting to end right away, said CNN senior international correspondent Ben Wedeman. Wedeman, the first Western television reporter to enter and report from inside Libya during the war, talked about how Gadhafi's life ended and what his death means for Libya's future and the civil war.
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