NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 13, 2011
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(Cairo: Michelle Kosinski) The situation in Egypt 4 months after the revolution featured; scenes shown from Tahrir Square in February and now. [Tourist Josh ROBERTS- says there’s no other tourists.] [American University in Cairo president Lisa ANDERSON- notes the transitional period is ambiguous.] [Shopkeeper Mahmoud AMET- comments on the lack of customers.] [Protestor Ahab AMARR- says the government is giving us a lot of promises, but nothing.] [Archaeologist Nora SHALABY- notes arrests won’t stop the protests.]
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