It's a day after a major bloodshed in Egypt. Mourners are burying their dead, and the streets are empty. Marco Werman got a chance to speak with Ashraf Khalil, correspondent with Time Magazine who is in Cairo.
It's been a tumultuous year in the Arab world. We asked The World's Middle East correspondent Matthew Bell to page back through his notes, looking for standout moments in 2012 and suggest what to keep an eye on in the year ahead.
In 2011, Egyptians protested the rule of President Hosni Mubarak, now demonstrations turn against the newly elected president, Islamist Mohammed Mursi.
While Egypt's new president, Mohammed Mursi, is being credited with reforms, a certain segment of the population is not at all happy: Coptic Christians. They accuse the government of not doing enough to protect their minority community.