President Morsi

Egypt Unrest
2:59 pm
Mon November 4, 2013

As A Day Of High Tensions In Egypt Ends, Morsi’s Trail Is Adjourned Until January

Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protest Morsi's trial in front of the supreme constitutional court in Cairo on Monday, Nov. 4.
AP Photo/Amr Nabil

Ross Reynolds talks with Christian Science Monitor Cairo correspondent Kristen Chick about Mohamed Morsi's trial, Kerry's visit to Egypt and protests within the country.

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Ramses Square March
10:55 am
Fri August 16, 2013

Egypt Crisis: Death Toll Rises As Violence Spreads

Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi clash with Egyptian security forces in Ramses Square, downtown Cairo, August 16.
AP Photo/Hassan Ammar

Hundreds of people gathered at a mosque in Ramses Square on Friday, after the Muslim Brotherhood, of which Mr. Morsi is a member, appealed to its supporters to join a "march of anger".

The demonstrations are taking place under the slogan "the people want to topple the coup" - referring to the military's removal of Mr. Morsi on 3 July.

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Violence In Cairo
8:29 am
Wed August 14, 2013

Egypt Declares National Emergency

A protester comes to the aid of a wounded comrade as security forces clear a sit-in by supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi in the eastern Nasr City district of Cairo August 14.
AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa

Egypt's presidency has declared a state of emergency after scores of people were killed when security forces stormed protest camps in Cairo.

The camps had been occupied by supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi, who was deposed in early July.

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International News And Gardening
10:00 am
Tue July 2, 2013

Unrest In Egypt, The British Royals, And Greendays

Souvenirs abound for major events in the British royal family: shopping bags for engagements, china plates for weddings or mug sets for babies. Americans certainly are not immune to royal fervor.
Flickr Photo/Carol Browne

Reform For Egypt?
On Monday the Egyptian Army issued a 48 hour ultimatum to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Protesters gathered on Tahrir Square and around the country on Sunday calling for either reform or the resignation from President Morsi. They feel that in his year in office he has been too polarizing and unable to do his job adequately. Borzou Daragahi, Middle East correspondent for the Financial Times, and Ellis Goldberg, Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Washington, explain the political and social situation in Egypt.

Why do Americans Care About The British Royals?
Magazines in the grocery aisle are fully anticipating the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s child.  Their first baby is expected in mid-July. Two years ago, 24 million people tuned in to watch their royal nuptials, which pales in comparison to the 750 million people worldwide who watched Charles and Diana get married. Why do Americans care so much about English royalty?  

Greendays Gardening Panel
Our gardening panel includes a flower expert, native plant expert, and vegetable gardening expert. They answer your gardening questions every Tuesday.   

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