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Are Latest Protests a Game-Changer for Egypt's Politics?

  • Aired: 07/01/2013
  • 08:15
  • Rating: NR
An outpouring of dissent by millions of Egyptians prompted a threat of intervention by the Supreme Military Council. Michele Dunne of the Atlantic Council and Hussein Ibish, a Middle East commentator, join Margaret Warner to discuss the protests, the military's ultimatum and what it all means for Egypt and the United States.
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