This program is about 1 hour long
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) The second day of violence on the 10th day of protests reviewed; scenes and photos shown of the wounded from the conflict between the opposition and President Hosni Mubarak's supporters, a police car and fire truck hitting protesters, journalists attacked, stone throwing. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - condemns attacks on reporters.] [ABC's Christiane AMANPOUR - recounts what Mubarak told her.]
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Ivan Watson) The ongoing minor clashes in the square, the presence of riot police in troop carriers, what new vice president Omar Suleiman said about reforms, this "strike" and the blame on foreign powers and media, the view of limited government concessions without the removal of Mubarak discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Hala Gorani) The deliberate targeting of journalists and the call for a big demonstration discussed; inset video shown.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Newsweek"'s Christopher Dickey about the situation in Egypt. [DICKEY - says the government may have chosen to move in to take control of the center of the city; comments on the mass exodus of foreigners leaving the hotels empty.]
(Washington: Jill Dougherty) What the State Department is saying about who is to blame for the attacks linked to the government or ruling party aimed at shutting down media coverage reviewed; inset video shown. The situation for Americans wanting to be evacuated or staying in Egypt discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Johns Hopkins University Fouad Ajami about events in Egypt. [AJAMI - says last night we went in to the dark phases with the arguments of President Hosni Mubarak's regime presenting Egypt as a victim with Mubarak as the sentry; states Mubarak is hunkered down and has out the army in a difficult situation and we are in a civil war.]
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John King) The frustration in the White House over Egypt and how the administration wants Mubarak to go discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper, Hala Gorani) The role of the military, which has been on the sidelines so far, discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Human Rights Watch Heba Morayef about what happened; inset photos shown. [MORAYEF- comments on the attacks on human rights activists.] Transmission problems noted.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) The ongoing protests on this Friday morning in Cairo noted.
(Washington: John King) The geography of the Egyptian area reviewed; Google Earth map and recent days peaceful protest and then clashes with men on horseback, the police van hitting people and Molotov cocktail fires video shown. The situation around the Cairo museum discussed.
(Cairo: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Johns Hopkins University Fouad Ajami and "Newsweek"'s Christopher Dickey about events in Egypt. [AJAMI - notes the heartbreaking turn to blood and violence in the revolt as President Hosni Mubarak wants to sully the honor of the people; comments on the current imagery.] [DICKEY - says the city of Cairo is a tomb with nobody outside; comments on long-term and short-term effects.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The massive storm in Oklahoma; an arrest in the December Las Vegas casino heist; the apology from fashion designer Kenneth Cole for joking about the events in Egypt reported.