July 8th, 2013
11:20 PM ET

Deadly violence in Egypt

After more than 50 people are killed in Egypt, Fouad Ajami and CNN's Ben Wedeman weigh what's next.

July 3rd, 2013
09:55 PM ET

What comes next in Egypt?

International journalists Ben Wedeman, Shahira Amin and Christiane Amanpour talk to Anderson about the emotion in Egypt after Morsy's removal and what's next for the Muslim Brotherhood.

July 3rd, 2013
09:49 PM ET

Egypt: Battle over the word 'coup'

Anderson Cooper and Christiane Amanpour discuss the ramifications of calling Morsy's removal a coup.

July 3rd, 2013
09:28 PM ET

Activist: People held hostage by Morsy

Egyptian opposition activist Ahmed El Hawary spoke out on AC360 about the Egyptian military's removal of president Mohamed Morsy. "The military aligned its actions with the will of the people," El Hawary said Morsy's government policies failed and his removal was not a coup. FULL POST

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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