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PBS NEWSHOUR

How is Egypt's unrest impacting U.S.-Mideast relations?

  • Aired: 11/04/2013
  • 08:49
  • Rating: NR
It was a dramatic day in court for Mohammed Morsi as the ousted Egyptian president repeatedly argued the process was "invalid." Gwen Ifill speaks to McClatchy's Nancy Youssef who was on the scene inside the courtroom. Then Margaret Warner offers analysis on how the trial affects U.S. influence and relations in the Mideast.
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