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Pence visit showcases dilemma facing Egypt, Jordan leaders
Pence Mideast visit showcases dilemma for major Washington allies Egypt, Jordan
'This Week' Web Extra: Crisis in Egypt
We're back again with some of the to continue our conversation and I want to turn to Egypt this country about ten days ago. A thousand people killed. Muslim Brotherhood pro RCC supporters. Taken out of the square. What do you think happens now. What both of them that. Is the failure in government
Senior Administration Official: 'Very Little Doubt' Assad Regime Behind Alleged Chemical Attack
The White House says there is “very little doubt” that the Assad regime is responsible for the alleged chemical attack in Syria that is said to have taken place earlier this week. “Based on the reported number of victims, reported symptoms of those who were...
'This Week' Transcript: Crisis in the Middle East
A rush transcript of "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" airing on Sunday morning, August 25, 2013 on ABC News is below. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. All excerpts must be attributed to ABC News "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" MARTHA RADDATZ, HOST: Good
Egypt on the Brink: Army Chief Warns of Possible State 'Collapse'
As the sixth day of political unrest in Cairo continued well into the night, Egypt‘s Army Chief warned of the “collapse of the state” if the political crisis is not resolved in coming days. “The continuation of the conflict between different political forces and their...
Egypt to Choose Between Islamist and Mubarak Insider
CAIRO – Early results from the initial round of Egypt’s first-ever contested presidential election point to a run-off that will pit the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate against a former prime minister appointed during the last day of President Hosni Mubarak’s reign. Votes tallied from Wednesday ...
The Global Note: Egypt Votes…Iran "Summit"…Pakistan's CIA Doctor Sentenced…"Gay" Penguins
EGYPT: HISTORIC VOTE -BIG PICTURE…It’s the Arab world’s first competitive presidential election – a true watershed in the “Arab Spring” – and the “greatest prize won in last year’s uprising”, as an AP writer puts it. As Alex MARQUARDT reports from Cairo, millions of Egyptians...
Hopeful Egyptians Turn Out for Historic Elections
CAIRO – Long lines snaked out of polling stations across Egypt this morning as Egyptians went to cast their ballots in the country’s first free and fair presidential elections, the first in Egypt since President Hosni Mubarak was ousted February 2011. The sunny day was...
The Global Note: Soldiers Posed With Dead Bombers…A Video Plea to Asma Assad…Portman, Depp, McCartney - Lost In Translation?
AFGHANISTAN – U.S. SOLDIERS POSED WITH DEAD SUICIDE BOMBERS Another problem for the U.S. in Afghanistan – another case that reflects poorly on soldiers and may further inflame passions there. The LATimes broke the story - about soldiers from the 82nd Airborne Division who arrived...
Will Egypt Hang Hosni Mubarak?
As the 'Arab Spring' moves into a season of retribution, could justice go too far, at too high a price to Egypt?