Here is the latest from Egypt. As of Friday, over 82 people have died in renewed clashes between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian government.
CAIRO -- Egypt's capital descended into chaos Friday as vigilantes at neighborhood checkpoints battled Muslim Brotherhood-led protesters denouncing the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi and a deadly crackdown. The fiercest street clashes Cairo has seen in more than two years of turmoil left at least 82 people dead, including 10 policemen.
Earlier in the week when the sit-in protests were squashed, around 700 people were killed prompting an international outcry and the U.S. pulling out from training drills with Egypt and the country's VP resigning.
After removing a dictator, Egypt democratically elected a Muslim fundamentalist with Morsi who then divided the country into two parts, resulting in a heavy-handed coupe by the Egyptian military to install a secular, progressive government at the behest of millions of Egyptians protesting. Interestingly enough, the secular government lashed out with military violence against counter-protests, slaughtering Muslim Brotherhood protesters by the hundreds. No one has clean hands now, with the Muslim Brotherhood galvanizing Muslims in Egypt to begin a civil war against the military and secular/liberal/Christian government.
How can Egypt save itself?