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Egypt in Crisis #986812

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 02, 2011
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(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on heavy gunfire in Cairo, Egypt, making security for CNN news difficult introduced; video shown.

(Cairo: Ivan Watson) The single-shot gunfire, wounded men, escalated use of force in Cairo, wounds from thrown stones, makeshift triage centers, the walking wounded on the frontlines, how the anti-government people are hemmed in reviewed.

(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Ben Wedeman) A state-sponsored effort to rout the demonstrators discussed; audio of gunfire heard.

(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Hala Gorani) The situation in Cairo discussed.

(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) A Tweet from the State Department on what Americans wanting to leave Egypt should do quoted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Watson, Ivan;
Ben, Anderson Cooper,;
Hala, Anderson Cooper,

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