Reporter Ursula Lindsey tells how Iran's street protests are being viewed in Egypt. Cairo and Tehran are old rivals, with longstanding grievances. Neither wants to see anti-government demonstrations on their streets.
The World's Alex Gallafent looks at how the news of Egypt is being presented in the US. In many cases, it's being packaged using narratives that reflect American values. It means that Americans are getting competing interpretations of what's happeni
Protestors from Tahrir Square feel they could have used a bit more star-power support. One singer they're not happy with is Amr Diab. He recorded a song supportive of Mubarak. During the protests, he was nowhere to be found. Marco Werman has more.
Nobel Peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei is the only possible credible presidential candidate that could run against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak in 2011. His candidacy has been attracting a lot of attention. Ursula Lindsey reports.
Anchor Marco Werman introduces us to Rango, an ensemble from Cairo that performs ancient Nubian music from Sudan, including a song that deals with the subject of the Egyptian military's loss of sardine rations.