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Egypt / Unrest / Obama #1059730

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 04, 2013
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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) The crisis in Egypt after the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Cairo: Richard Engel) The tension in Egypt updated; scenes shown of the celebration in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, jets releasing colors of the Egyptian flag, the swearing-in of the new president, police cracking down on Morsi supporters, the closed US embassy; cell phone video of Morsi shown; details given about the roundup of Muslim Brotherhood leaders and the criticism of US Ambassador Anne Patterson††. [WOMAN – says they are arresting people without good order.] The threats of violence from Morsi supporters discussed.

(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Report introduced.

(White House: Peter Alexander) The administration’s reaction reviewed; photo shown of President Obama with his national security team, including Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. The celebration at the White House for Obama daughter Malia’s birthday this July 4th mentioned.

Quintanilla, Carl;
Engel, Richard;
Alexander, Peter

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