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Middle East / Protests / Egypt #1002113

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Protests in Syria demanding regime change reported.

(Cairo: Richard Engel) Anger in Egypt over the slow pace of change and concern about who is in power 5 months after the revolution featured; scenes shown of demonstrations in Cairo‚Äôs Tahrir Square and of the elegant offices of the Muslim Brotherhood; details given about the growing power of the military and Islamic groups. [Protest organizer Amal SHARAF††- notes the Islamists and the military have more money.] [Muslim Brotherhood leader Essam el-ERIAN††- says we need to give the world a new version of democracy; says Israel wants to live in war.] Demonstrations in Sharm el-Sheikh, where former President Hosni Mubarak is under supervision, noted.

Williams, Brian;
Engel, Richard

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