The Egyptian Situation

1. Muslim Brotherhood Show No Sign of Backing Down

It's 'all or nothing' for protesters in Cairo who so far show no signs of backing down despite continued use of force from security forces. Jeffrey Brown is joined by Nancy Youssef of McClatchy Newspapers to discuss how the Muslim Brotherhood is rallying support and Egyptian reaction to the U.S.'s response to the violence.

2. Egypt's Tiananmen Square

The civil rights moment in the Middle East.

3. Despite Bloodshed, Many Egyptians Support Military

Egypt witnessed the bloodiest day in its modern history this week. Most of the dead are Muslim Brotherhood supporters, but there's little sympathy as the military and media ramp up a campaign to brand them as terrorists.

4. The Day of Rage

It's a day of rage in Egypt as supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted President Mohammed Morsi take to the streets again in Cairo. Plus, Ecuador pulls the plug on a plan to pay the country not to drill for oil. And an American adopted from Korea films his trip back home and finds a twin brother he never knew he had.

5. Obama Condemns Egypt Violence

Obama spoke against the violence in Egypt, and the U.S. cancelled joint military exercises scheduled for next month.

6. Security Forces Clear Protest from Mosque

Egyptian security forces break up a peaceful protest with force.

7. Noha Radwan: A witness with a voice

Associate professor of Arabic and comparative literature at the University of California at Davis. She was born in Egypt and was among the participants in the 18-day Tahrir protests in early 2011.

8. Crisis Kills Egyptian Economy Too

As violence continues in Egypt we hear how the country's economy is suffering as businesses are forced to close.

9. Middle East Peace Talks

Events in Egypt have overshadowed the first-in-five-years peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians, brokered by Secretary of State Kerry. David Sanger, New York Times chief Washington correspondent and author of Confront and Conceal: Obama's Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power (Broadway, 2013), updates the progress and how turmoil in Egypt might affect the region.

10. President Obama Speaks on Egypt

President Obama speaks on the unfolding situation in Egypt and calls for an end to violence.

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