Egypt's armed forces have given the country's politicians 48 hours to start working together or face an army intervention. The warning came on the heels of widespread protests in Egypt demanding that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi resign.
Sporadic clashes between Turkish police and protesters continued throughout Tuesday in Taksim Square in central Istanbul, as Prime Minister Erdogan warned that he will not show "any more tolerance" for protests.
After helping to overthrow Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, western powers are worried about the promise to establish Sharia law there. But the leader of the transitional council assures the world that Libyans are moderates.
Diplomats gathered in the Gulf state of Qatar are urging NATO to step up its air strikes in Libya. But the rebels are praising the military alliance. Why? It all has to do with improving lines of communication. CBC correspondent Derek Stoffel reports.
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