This program is 28 minutes long
(Cairo: Elizabeth Palmer) Another day of confrontation in Cairo featured; scenes shown of checkpoints, the military, the injured, the field clinic near Tahrir Square. [Tahrir Field Clinic Dr. Adha MOHHAMAD- says the army is allowing medicine to come to us.] [Tahrir Field Clinic Dr. Islam ABDEL-RAHMAN- says he is a physician and is getting live pictures online.] [Tahrir Field Clinic Dr. Lotfi AL-KILANI- calls from Mubarak to go away.] The targeting of journalists and tomorrow’s planned Day of Departure in Egypt, Yemen and Jordan discussed; photos/scenes shown.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s condemnation of the attacks on reporters and the cost of evacuating foreign tourists noted.
(Cairo: Terry McCarthy) The anxiety of Americans in Cairo featured; scenes shown of anti-US protestors; details given about the US embassy’s effort to evacuate tourists and residents. [American University in Cairo intern Erin SCHUMANN, assistant professor Warigia BOWMAN, US Embassy, Cairo spokesman Adam LENERT, Cairo resident Charlotte NAUGLE- comment.] [American University Jerry LEACH- says when the discussion turns political the anti-Americanism will surface.] The apprehension of Americans in Egypt discussed.
(Arlington, Texas: Don Teague) The bitter cold weather featured; scenes shown of an SUV that slid off a bridge into a river in Oklahoma, collapsed school roofs in Quapaw, Oklahoma and Georgetown, Massachusetts, snow in Chicago, sliding cars in Texas, Super Bowl fans in Dallas, kids playing ice hockey in the street. [RESCUER – comments.] [Parkland Hospital disaster management Jorie KLEIN- notes the disruption from a power outage.] [Pittsburgh Steelers fan Frank RIBEL, Green Bay Packers fan Leo O’CONNELL- comment.]
(Washington: David Martin) The unrest throughout the Arab World examined amid the anti-government uprising in Egypt; statistics on unemployment in the Middle East cited; details given about the impact of oil. [Former US Ambassador to Israel Martin INDYK- says if a pharaoh is toppled it will have a tsunami effect; says if things fall apart in Yemen Al Qaeda will be in a position to take advantage.] [Council on Foreign Relations Robert DANIN- notes the gap in wealth produces anger.] [University of Maryland Shibley TELHAMI- says the empowerment of the public changes the calculations of every ruler.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Jon ALTERMAN- notes Syria needs to look with caution at what’s happening.]
(Cairo: Mark Strassmann) The poverty in Egypt that existed before the revolt featured; scenes shown from the bazaar in Islamic Cairo. [Market stall keeper Hamid GRUMA- says we are between God’s hands.] [Teacher Marwa HAMMED- says prices are rising every day.]