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Egypt / Unrest / Morsi Ouster #1059774

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 2013
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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) The crisis in Egypt after the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi introduced; scenes shown. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Cairo: Ayman Mohyeldin) The violent clash between supporters of Morsi and his opponents on a key bridge in Cairo featured; scenes shown of a Muslim Brotherhood supporter firing a gun, fireworks being used as weapons, a burning car, injured people, an armored vehicle.

(Cairo: Richard Engel) Deadly confrontations between Morsi supporters and security forces on this Day of Rejection reviewed; scenes shown of wounded people in Cairo, clashes in Alexandria, the army presence in the Sinai. [MAN – shouts.] Whether the military will stop the violence discussed.

Quintanilla, Carl;
Mohyeldin, Ayman;
Engel, Richard

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