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Egypt / Unrest / Mubarak #1024841

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The crowds in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt shown.

(Cairo: Richard Engel) The chaos in Egypt with a power struggle involving the military, Islamist Mohammed Morsi and former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq†† amid reports that former President Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead featured; scenes shown of a Muslim Brotherhood demonstration. The messy situation if Shafiq emerges as the victor in the election discussed.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The concern in the US about the situation in Egypt and the warning for the military not to steal power featured. The discussion about Egypt and Syria between President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit in Mexico noted.

Williams, Brian;
Engel, Richard;
Mitchell, Andrea

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