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July 3rd, 2013
09:25 PM ET

Muslim Brotherhood: Protests won't stop

Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad spoke out to AC360 about president Mohamed Morsy's removal from power. El-Haddad said the military sidestepped on a democratically elected president and the group plans to stick to their principles. He also said that at the end of the day the Brotherhood is committed to a peaceful change of power.

July 3rd, 2013
12:47 AM ET

Pres. Morsy defies military's ultimatum

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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Filed under: Anderson Cooper • Egypt • President Mohamed Morsy
July 2nd, 2013
12:18 AM ET

Egypt's military gives Morsy ultimatum

Thousands protest in Tahrir Square after Egypt's military tells the government to "meet the demands of the people."

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April 11th, 2013
10:45 PM ET

Dad can't get kidnapped sons back

Editor's note: Tune in to AC360° at 10 p.m. ET tonight to watch the special report, "Kidnapped to Egypt: A Father's Nightmare." 

Nearly 12 years ago, Michael Shannon sent his two young sons to New York for what he thought what be a weekend visit with their mother.

It would be the last time he saw either one of them.

Nermeen Khalifa, the boys' mother and Shannon's ex-wife, took the children to her home country of Egypt, where U.S. citizens have almost no rights in custody battles.

"They were out of the country before we even knew they were gone," Shannon said. "I went to the apartment to pick them up. It was like it was ransacked."

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February 1st, 2013
09:47 PM ET

Peaceful protests turn violent in Egypt

CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from Cairo on the clashes between anti-government demonstrators and Egyptian police.

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Vote for the story that defined 2012
December 5th, 2012
12:16 AM ET

Vote for the story that defined 2012

The past year brought historic changes, democratic milestones, devastating tragedies, and acts of heroism that will never be forgotten.

In 2012 Anderson traveled across the country and around the world seeking the truth. He met people who were struggling against seemingly insurmountable odds: Syrian refugees, gunshot victims in Colorado, New Yorkers who lost everything they had, widows facing a harsh new reality.

There were crimes that divided communities and launched important conversations about discrimination and ethics. In some cases, justice was served. Convicted of child sex abuse, Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his life in prison.

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Filed under: 2012 Election • Colorado Shooting • Egypt • Hamas • Hurricane Sandy • Israel • Jerry Sandusky • Libya • Palestine • Syria • Trayvon Martin • Whitney Houston
November 26th, 2012
10:52 PM ET

Robin Wright: President Morsy went too far

Robin Wright and Stephen Farrell discuss the underlying causes for protests and political tension in Egypt.

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November 17th, 2012
12:36 AM ET

Egypt's role in Gaza-Israel conflict

Egypt's prime minister met with Hamas leaders on Friday in Gaza. However, the Egyptian Cabinet chief noted that Egypt maintains the
Camp David peace accords treaty with Israel. FULL POST

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Filed under: Egypt • Fouad Ajami • Gaza • Hamas • Israel • Reza Sayah
November 14th, 2012
11:34 PM ET

Israel and Hamas fight is a test for Egypt

The role Egypt's new government plays in the violence between Israel and Hamas could affect the outcome of the conflict.

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Filed under: Egypt • Hamas • Israel
September 20th, 2012
11:04 PM ET

Rep. King: State Dept. playing word games

Despite confirmation from the Justice Department, the National Security Council and the State Department that they are not releasing Omar Abdel-Rahman, Rep. Peter King wants a statement guaranteeing the blind sheikh will die in a U.S. prison.

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Filed under: Egypt • Libya
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