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Gunmen Fire at Anti-Gov't. Demonstrators in Cairo
On CBN Newswatch, Dec. 7: Pot, Gay Marriage Votes Spur Complex Legal Dance; Egyptian pastor says Egypt's going back to the Dark Ages; Philippines comb wreckage for typhoon survivors; and more.
Egyptian Pastor: Egypt's Going Back to the Dark Ages
The Egyptian army deployed tanks outside the Presidential Palace in Cairo this week. The move came after clashes between supporters and opponents of the president claimed at least six lives. The fighting centers over the sweeping new powers ... ...
Tanks Deployed to Cairo after Mass Anti-Morsi Protests
On today's show, Egypt in crisis; foes protest Morsi, Brotherhood; tensions escalate over fiscal cliff stand-off; parents seek answers over carbon monoxide scare, and more.
Egypt in Crisis: Foes Protest Morsi, Brotherhood
A quarter of all Egyptians live at or below the poverty level, millions of them are widows and orphans. Several are surviving with the help of American and Egyptian Christians.
Protests rocked Egypt this week as President Mohammed Morsi moved to expand his power. First he issued a decree giving him control of all branches of government and then he backed the Constitutional Assembly as it rushed through the country's ...
On this week's episode, Egyptian President makes a bold power grab, resulting in riots among the people. Plus, the aftermath of the war between Israel and Hamas and a look inside the Iron Dome, the missile defense system that saved hundreds of lives.
Egypt Judges Suspend Work to Protest Morsi Decrees
On today's edition, Egyptian President Morsi's power grab sparks riots; with a cease-fire in place, what's next for Israel?; shopping sprees continue with Cyber Monday madness; and more.
With Cease-fire in Place, What's Next for Israel?
Shopping sprees continue with Cyber Monday madness; Egyptian President Morsi's power grab sparks riots; Pure Religion: Caring for Egypt's Social Outcasts; and more.
Egyptian President Morsi's Power Grab Sparks Riots
On today's show, shopping sprees continue with Cyber Monday madness; Egyptian President Morsi's power grab sparks riots; Israeli defense minister stepping down; and more.
The election of Mohammed Morsi as president gave Egyptians a sense of optimism and renewed hope. Now, five months later, many are frustrated and impatient because Morsi's promises of change and economic prosperity have yet to be realized.
Vast Majority of Israelis Wary of Cease-Fire