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Ouster Of Egypt's President Reverberates Through Middle East

For a look at what events in Egypt could mean for the rest of the Middle East, David Greene talks to Shadi Hamid, director of research at the Brookings Institution's Doha Center.
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President Morsi Supporters Furious, Other Egyptians Jubilant He's Out

Egypt is about to get a new ruler. A caretaker head of state is being ushered into power Thursday following Wednesday's dramatic military coup. President Mohammed Morsi was forced from power just a year after winning the country's first free election. He lost the public's trust amid a failing economy and fears that he was imposing an Islamist agenda.
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Egyptian Military Coup Angers Muslim Brotherhood

Egypt is divided after Wednesday's military coup forced out President Mohamed Morsi. Cairo-based journalist Ashraf Khalil, an Egyptian-American and a contributor to Time magazine, tells Renee Montagne that the Muslim Brotherhood party has threatened violence and that the threat is very real.
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From Front-Line Soldier To Trainer, An Afghan Odyssey

Sgt. Chris Cunningham has served five tours in Afghanistan, surviving some of the past decade's most horrific fighting. These days, his excitement about war has been replaced by a grim wisdom — and the heavy responsibility of teaching Afghan soldiers and honoring fallen comrades.
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Questions And Answers: What's Next For Egypt?

With the overthrow of previous President Hosni Mubarak still fresh in many people's minds, the question becomes what this coup, of a democratically elected president, means for Egypt's transition.
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President Obama: U.S. 'Deeply Concerned' Over Morsi's Ouster

Saying that the United States is "deeply concerned by the decision of the Egyptian Armed Forces to remove President Morsy and suspend the Egyptian constitution," President Obama calls on Egypt's military to preserve the rights and safety of its citizens.
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U.S. Military Has Sent Billions Of Dollars In Arms To Egypt

The U.S. has close ties with the Egyptian military and provides more than $1 billion each year in arms. But now with the Egyptian military ousting of President Mohamed Morsi, the U.S. finds itself in a sticky situation: Should it support democratically-elected president it has trouble with or just stand by?
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Egyptian Military Says It Has Overthrown President Morsi

Egyptian troops, backed by armor, deployed near protest sites and key facilities across Cairo as the military tightened control after the expiration of an ultimatum to the president to compromise with protesters seeking his ouster. We explore how President Mohamed Morsi went from being Egypt's first democratically elected president to a pariah.
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Muslim Brotherhood Rep: Democracy Only Works Through Ballot Box

Robert Siegel speaks with former Egyptian parliamentarian Abdul Mawgoud Rageh Dardery. He is a member of Egypt's "Freedom and Justice Party," which is the Muslim Brotherhood's political arm. He says Wednesday was a bad day for democracy in Egypt.
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Egyptian Military Suspends Country's Constitution

We have the latest from Egypt, where the military ousted President Mohamed Morsi and suspended the country's constitution.

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