Egypt waits as a showdown between the government and the army comes closer with every minute, Bolivia gets entangled in the Edward Snowden spat, the Mandela family squabbles over grave matters, and Pluto's moons finally get named.
Hossam Badrawi is a former member of the upper chamber in Egypt's parliament and was briefly a member of former President Mubarak's government in its final days. Professor Badrawi gives his perspective on the ruling Muslim Brotherhood.
One year later, Egyptians are done with President Mohamed Morsi, elected after protests that first brought an end to the rule of Hosni Mubarak also convinced the military to quicken its handover of power. But now it's the military that is stepping back in after Egyptians complained about what they call a sham democracy.
Egypt waits to see what an army ultimatum will bring, Edward Snowden will take asylum anywhere that'll have him — except Russia, Obama wraps up his tour of Africa, and undutiful Chinese children, beware.