Stunning new video out of Egypt appears to show Muslim Brotherhood protesters jumping from a bridge in order to escape military gunfire.
There are new reports that at least 50 people have died today in Egypt. Members of the Muslim Brotherhood have taken to the streets promising a ‘Day of Rage.’
More than 500 people have reportedly been killed in one day as violent chaos continues throughout Egypt. Both the army and Muslim Brotherhood say they're not backing down, letting the seeming "war zone" to remain a battlefield, with churches being torched in revenge by the Brotherhood as coptic Christians support the army forces.
Violence in Egypt escalated today as clashes between Egyptian security forces and supporters of former President Mohammad Morsi intensified. More than 200 people were killed, including 43 Egyptian police officers.
Violent clashes between pro-Morsi protesters and security forces across Egypt have resulted in around 100 deaths the injury of hundreds more, according to officials in the country.
A Pentagon spokesperson announced on Wednesday that the U.S. has decided to delay the delivery of four F-16s to the Egyptian military, saying that in light of the current chaos in the country, the administration felt it "wouldn't be appropriate" to move forward with the delivery.
Sen. Rand Paul reacted to increasing chaos in Egypt on tonight's 'Hannity.' In an interview with Eric Bolling, in for Sean, Paul responded to the Obama administration's reaction to the uprising in Cairo, after Jay Carney conveyed the president's "deep concern" for what's happening, but hesitancy to choose a side.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are being criticized by some in the media for what they did while the chaos in Egypt erupted last week. In what Bill O’Reilly described as “trivial pursuits,” the president went golfing while Kerry was out on his yacht the day.
Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood pushed back Friday after President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in a military coup amid massive protests against his Islamist government. Jamie Colby discussed the chaotic situation with former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton this afternoon.
Jennifer Griffin provided perspective on the military coup in Egypt, saying that the military has outlined a transition after ousting President Mohammed Morsi.
Celebrations are taking place across Egypt after the top military commander announced that the army is now in full control of the country and President Mohammed Morsi has been replaced by the chief justice of the constitutional court as the interim head of state.
According to Egypt’s state run newspaper, the country’s military has told the country’s democratic President Mohammed Morsi that he is no longer in power.