ABC's Christiane Amanpour returned to CNN tonight as a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight," live from Cairo, Egypt.
"What they want, they say, shouldn't frighten the world, but they are mindful that the world is afraid particularly if this becomes an Islamic revolution, which again they say they do not want," Amanpour told Morgan.
On tonight's Parker Spitzer, CNN's Fareed Zakaria says it is time for President Obama to tell Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak 'you have to go.'
CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux recounts the significant events that have taken place in the region that led to the angry protests taking place in Egypt.
The above video clip is from last night's two hour special from Egypt. Tune in tonight for the latest developments and news. Anderson Cooper 360 airs weeknight at 10pm ET on CNN.
Nima Elbagir joins CNN as a London-based international correspondent, it was announced today by Parisa Khosravi, senior vice president of international newsgathering for CNN Worldwide.
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The Sunday, January 30, 2011, edition of CNN’s FAREED ZAKARIA GPS features an interview with DR. MOHAMED ELBARADEI, Egyptian opposition leader, Nobel laureate, and former Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on the struggle for reform inside Egypt, and what he hopes that the U.S. will do now. This interview airs on CNN/U.S. at 10a.m. and 1p.m.; and on CNN/International at 8a.m. and at 3p.m. (All times ET). Rush transcript follows:
Extensive live coverage across all CNN Worldwide platforms, including: CNN/U.S. and CNN International on television; CNN.com; CNN's free apps for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch; and CNNArabic.com, CNN's Arabic language website based in Dubai which draws upon CNN's global resources of journalists and video production.
There are six teams on the ground in Egypt: Ben Wedeman in Cairo (@benCNN), Nic Robertson in Alexandria (@NicRoberstonCNN), Frederik Pleitgen in Cairo (@fpleitgenCNN), CNN en Español’s Jose Levy in Cairo, Ivan Watson in Cairo (@IvanCNN) and Arwa Damon in Cairo (@arwadamonCNN). Hala Gorani will arrive on Monday bringing the total to seven.
In a live interview today on CNN's State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke about the crisis in Egypt and the role of the Obama administration. Highlighted excerpts and a full transcript are after the jump. Photos are available upon request. Contact: Megan Grant / Megan.Grant@cnn.com; 202-515-2920.
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FULL TRANSCRIPT of State of the Union with Candy Crowley for Sunday, Jan. 30: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1101/30/sotu.01.html