With about 24 hours to go before the deadline set by Egypt’s military to work with opponents and craft a roadmap that moves the country past its political problems or have one created for him by the army, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is under intense pressure. He must either “reach some kind of compromise” with those protesting against his government “or step aside,” NPR’s Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson tells our Newscast Desk.
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Pressure Builds On Egypt’s Morsi To Compromise Or Step Down
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