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Egypt / Unrest / Morsi Coup / Haddad Interview #1047323

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 03, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood officials, the military's control introduced; a statement from President Obama about the coup quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Muslim Brotherhood Gehad el-Haddad† about the crisis in Egypt. [By phone, HADDAD - says Morsi is under house arrest and Muslim Brotherhood members have been arrested and it is a coup; outlines what we will do next.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Ivan Watson, Ben Wedeman) The celebratory situation in Cairo with there being two narratives, the rallies on both sides for and against Morsi, the division among the opposition, what is happening to the Muslim Brotherhood, now back in the wilderness, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour) The critical battle over the word "coup," the US reaction dependent on "coup," the political division within the country discussed; inset video from Cairo shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Ben, Ivan Watson,;
Christiane, Anderson Cooper,

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