Supporters of Egypt's ousted president took to the streets again to protest the removal of Mohammed Morsi from power. Over the weekend, security forces killed at least 83 Morsi supporters in clashes in Cairo.
Mohammed Morsi is marking his first year in office. This anniversary however, doesn't come with much celebration. Host Carol Hills speaks with Financial Times' Borzou Daragahi who has been following the events in Cairo.
The United Nations said Thursday it has documented the deaths of 93,000 people in Syria since the civil war began. And a recent revival in fortunes for the Assad regime suggests the war has no end in sight.
When new parents are foreign correspondents accustomed to living precariously, sometimes in war zones? The challenges of becoming a parent can be a bit more challenging. The Financial Times' Borzou Daragahi, based in Cairo can tell you a thing or two.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Borzou Daragahi of the Financial Times. Syrian forces have reportedly fired on Syrians in refugee camps inside Turkey, raising questions about a UN-backed cease-fire that's supposed to go into effect on Tuesday.
The league, meeting in Cairo, urged Syria to form a national unity government with the opposition within two months. A government official called the plan "flagrant interference" in Syria's internal affairs, state TV said.
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