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Egypt / Unrest / Morsi Ouster #1047306

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 03, 2013
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The crisis in Egypt with the military forcing out President Mohamed Morsi introduced; scenes shown from Cairo's Tahrir Square.

(Cairo: Alex Marquardt) This historic day in Egypt with the coup reviewed; scenes shown of the crowds in the square and of the response of Morsi. [Two EGYPTIANS - comment.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Washington: Martha Raddatz) America's view of the power struggle in Egypt in which a democratically elected president was ousted examined; details given of the country's importance for the Middle East and the US. [State Department spokeswoman Jen PSAKI†- says Morsi must do more.] [Saban Center for Middle East Policy Tamara WITTES†- says Egypt is an anchor for the region; comments on the possibility of civil violence.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas; Washington: Martha Raddatz) The military relationship between the US and the Egyptians and the question of who is in charge discussed.

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas, Christiane Amanpour) The paradox of the "coup," if it may be called that and the worries about violence discussed.

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Marquardt, Alex;
Raddatz, Martha;
Christiane, Elizabeth Vargas,

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