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Congress Political Leaders

  • Heightened Apache Gunship Activity in Cairo

    The Muslim Brotherhood is calling for massive protests in what they call "Friday of Rejection," reports Yousef Gamal El-Din.

  • Morsi's Out; Egyptian Leadership in Flux

    Karim Sadjadpour, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, talks about the process involved in choosing a new government in Egypt and challenges the next leader faces.

  • The Foreign Policy Dilemma in Egypt

    Daniel Kurtzer, a professor at Princeton University, provides perspective on the evolving situation in Egypt, as well as possible U.S. responses and how the recent turmoil will affect billions of dollars in aid.

  • Muslim Brotherhood Calls For Friday Protests

    The Egyptian military has made it very clear they will not tolerate any violence, as protestors from both sides of the political camp plan rallies, reports Yousef Gamal El-Din.

  • Egypt: Banking During a Revolution

    Hisham Ezz Al-Arab, Federation of Egyptian Banks chairman, discusses some of the major financial challenges facing Egypt as the country goes through a period of transition.

  • Crackdown on Muslin Brotherhood Across Egypt

    The ouster of President Morsi could prompt some groups to resort to violence, reports CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din.

  • A supporter of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi holds an Egyptian flag and a poster of Morsi during a demonstration at the Rabaa al Adawiya Mosque in the suburb of Nasr City on July 2, 2013 in Cairo, Egypt.

    Supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi called for mass demonstrations on Friday to show opposition to his overthrow.

  • Portugal's Government Will Survive: Expert

    Pedro Santa Clara, chair in finance at the Nova School of Business and Economics, tells CNBC that Portugal is in a very narrow path and there is not much alternative.

  •  Elections in Portugal Would Be Very Negative: Pro

    Marina Costa Lobo, political science researcher at Institute of Social Science, tells CNBC that the feeling in Portugal is that a political crisis would be very damaging for the country's economy.

  •   Troika Requirements Won't Go Away: Pro

    Olly Burrows, senior banks analyst at Rabobank and Antonio Barroso, senior vice president at Teneo Intelligence discuss the euro zone's new problem of Portugal.

  •  Portugal Must Call Elections: Former Minister

    Manuel Pinho, former Portuguese minister for the economy, tells CNBC that the only way to get a stable solution in Portugal is to call for elections.

  • Ahead of the ECB meeting in Frankfurt, Portugal's political leaders are scrambling to preserve the coalition government. Annette Weisbach spoke to Portugal's Prime Minister, Pedro Passos Coelho.

  • Portugal's Crisis Threatening Euro

    Nick Verdi, Director, FX Strategy Asia Pacific ex-Japan at Barclays, assesses how to play the euro currency in light of political uncertainty in Portugal.

  • Egyptian Military Deployed to Key Roads: NBC

    CNBC's Yousef Gamal el-Din reports there are no details where the Egyptian President Morsi currently is. Crowds await a statement from the Military about the consensus from the meeting with national, religious and political leaders.

  • Oil Jumps on Egypt Concerns

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports that prices at the pump are lower than earlier this year. CNBC's Yousef Gamal el-Din, John Kilduff at Again Capital and Jon Alterman of the Center for Strategic & International Studies discuss implications for the U.S.

  • Egyptian opposition protesters chant during a demonstration in Tahrir Square as part of the 'Tamarod' campaign in Cairo, Egypt.

    Protesters have turned out to demand the resignation of Egypt's Mohamed Morsi, including in Cairo, where many of the same individuals helped bring down Hosni Mubarak two years ago.

  • Military Vehicles in Cairo

    Muslim Brotherhood has told NBC News that armored vehicles are on the move outside of Cairo, reports CNBC's Yousef Gamal el-Din. A look at the military vehicles headed to central Cairo.

  • Egyptian Billionaire Sawiris on Unrest

    The turmoil in Egypt is boosting oil prices over $100 per barrel, with CNBC's Yousef Gamal el-Din. Naguib Sawiris, Telecom Media & Technology, awaits the Egyptian statement and says this is not a coup. Rather, he says, the military is there to protect the people.

  • Morsi Aide Warns of 'Considerable Blookshed'

    Reuters is reporting Morsi's aide says "no military coup can succeed without considerable bloodshed." Eurasia Group's Hani Sabra discusses.

  • Oil Prices Climb Amid Egypt Crisis

    Some are concerned we could see a disruption of oil flows through the Suez Canal, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.