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'GMA' Lunch Break With Michael Psilakis
The Greek chef and restaurateur showed "Good Morning America" how to make crowd-pleasing recipes for rigatoni, salmon sandwiches and iced tea.
John Kerry 'Strongly Condemns' Egypt Violence
Secretary of state warns that violence would impede transition to inclusive civilian government.
U.S. Envoy Arrives in Cairo Amid Fresh Protests
Amid heightened political tension following the ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi earlier this month, a senior U.S. official has touched down in Cairo to hold high-level talks with Egypt’s military and political leaders. The State Department said Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns
UN Nuclear Chief in Running for Interim Prime Minister of Egypt
Muslim Brotherhood supporters say violence would be "obvious response" to appointment.
What Egypt Can Learn From Latin America's Revolutions
At 6 p.m. local time Wednesday, the Egyptian army overthrew Mohamed Morsi, the country’s first democratically elected president, in response to nearly a week of violent protests and social unrest. Egyptian defense minister Gen. Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi announced that the military would temporarily
Obama Hails Mubarak's Resignation: 'Egypt Will Never Be the Same'
Military Takes Over Country's Leadership, Crowds Celebrate Late into the Night
Who might come next and what would that mean for Egypt and of course for the US in the war on terror. Alex Marquardt also here in tonight. President Mubarak has his concessions. It's the work these want change now. So they want so far there's no front runner. It could be Mohamed ElBaradei day that
End in Sight for Egypt?
Let's go now to Christiane Amanpour who's been leading our coverage from Cairo doing excellent work Christiane. Let me ask you about this. They what is the end game at this point dead I know there's talk about gently nudging. Mubarak out of power what are you hearing about that. Well data the world
As Opposition Groups Meet, Egyptian Leader Calls for Normalcy
The new vice president of Egypt has a potent message for all those protestors in Cairo: go home and let things go back to "normal." In an exclusive interview with "This Week" anchor Christiane Amanpour , Egypt's new vice president and its powerful intelligence chief, Omar Suleiman, said, "We can
President Mubarak: 'I'm Fed Up'
Christiane Amanpour speaks exclusively with the embattled Egyptian president.