Amira Mikhail was in Cairo's Tahrir Square on the day Hosni Mubarak was ousted from power. Four years later, she's still trying to press for change — but the disappointment of the Egyptian revolution's aftermath means she's doing it from the United States.
South Florida is home to a group of supporters of Egypt's embattled president, Hosni Mubarak. They are Coptic Christians and are supporting President Mubarak with prayer. Jaweed Kaleem of the Miami Herald brings us the story.
Ukrainians who participated in the peaceful Orange Revolution of 2004 have some advice for people in Egypt, a people's revolution does not always lead to a functioning democracy. Brigid McCarthy reports.
Since Hosni Mubarak's government fell last year, many of Egypt's museums have been looted. And the looting has gone beyond museums, now criminals are digging up archaeological sites and stealing their treasures.
Egypt had a bloody political clash last week as opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood charged President Mohammed Morsi with attempting to overstep limits on his political power. Now, Egyptians are growing disillusioned with the recently elected Morsi.
The World's Ben Gilbert reports from Cairo about Egyptians getting ready to take a key step for their fledgling democracy. They vote this weekend on amendments to the constitution that would end decades of repressive emergency laws.