Egyptian journalist Shahira Amin is a former deputy head and senior anchor at Egypt's state-owned Nile TV. She tells anchor Marco Werman she sees the anti-American attacks as "a strike against the revolution."
South Africa is considering legislation that would give legal authority to tribal courts, where chiefs and village elders serve as judge and jury. But the plan faces opposition from rural women who say tribal courts don't represent their interests.
Egypt's ruling military council has vowed to hand over power to an elected president by the end of June. The promise comes as votes are counted after Sunday's presidential run-off election, with both candidates claiming they are ahead in early results.
Egypt's ruling military council has made a declaration giving itself sweeping new legislative powers. Marco Werman talks with the Council on Foreign Relations' Steven Cook to find out where these developments leave Egypt's revolution.
The World's Matthew Bell reports on the mood in Cairo as Egyptians prepare to vote in a presidential run-off election. The vote's being held just days after Egypt's high court threw the country into turmoil by ruling that parliament be dissolved.
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