Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Serbian activist Srdja Popovic, Executive Director of the Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies, Belgrade, who helped anti-government protesters in Egypt during their revolution.
The protests that brought down Egypt's government got lots of inspiration from Egyptian TV. Current events shows helped bring an end to the 30-year rule of Mubarak. Now these programs are helping shape Egypt's political future. Matthew Bell has the story.
After deadly sectarian violence in Cairo this week, everyone in Egypt seems to be talking about the Salafists. And some of them are engaging in political life like never before. The World's Matthew Bell reports from Cairo.
Authorities in Egypt today increased security around churches. The move follows clashes there between Christians and Muslims. The World's Matthew Bell reports that the potential for sectarian violence there is greater now because of lack of security.
Egyptians are scrambling to form new parties for the first time in decades. Ursula Lindsey reports that they're even working to set up political action committees, some modeled after the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Egyptian protester Hayat Guergues in Cairo. She is a leader of one of the groups that are demanding the end of the military-run government and that former president Hosni Mubarak face trial.
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.
Protesters in Egypt stormed several state security buildings over the weekend to stop the destruction of documents that could be used in the prosecution of former members of the Mubarak government. The World's Matthew Bell reports from Cairo.
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.