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(Studio: David Gregory) Report introduced.
(London: Kelly O'Donnell) A crackdown in Egypt on the political opposition a month after President Hosni Mubarak appeared to signal a move toward democracy featured; scenes shown from Cairo of the Muslim Brotherhood members being arrested; details given about whether or not Egypt is on the verge of reform & of the arrest of candidate Ayman Nour, who was jailed. [Muslim Brotherhood Essam al-ARYAN- says we are calling for change.] [Middle East expert Shibley TELHAMI- explains how it could be a "profound change"; comments on the pressure from the US & his own party on Mubarak.]
- Gregory, David;
- O'Donnell, Kelly
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