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Conflict & Justice

Egyptians still protesting

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Egyptian protester Hayat Guergues in Cairo. She is a leader of one of the groups that are demanding the end of the military-run government and that former president Hosni Mubarak face trial.

Conflict & Justice

Pushing For Police Reform in Egypt

The demonstrations in Egypt started because of police brutality. For many there that's no surprise. As Ursula Lindsey reports, in addition to the removal of former president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's revolution 10 months ago also sought to reform the police.

Lifestyle & Belief

Coptic Christians fearful for what an Islamist Egypt will mean for them

As the democratic process in Egypt winds up, Coptic Christians find themselves facing a number of restrictions and proclamations that would leave them with fewer rights than they already have. They're worried that the newly empowered Islamists will force them to pay special taxes or wear veils not called for by their religion.

Global Scan

It's easy to win an election when dissent could send you to jail

Egypt's military leaders were hoping for a major turnout in this week's constitutional elections. And while they got a few percentage points more turnout than the last constitutional referendum, the result was almost unbelievable: 98 percent approval. Of course, when demonstrating against the referendum leads to arrest and when the biggest opponent boycotts the election what do you expect? That and more in today's Global Scan.