The crisis in Egypt intensifies as violent clashes resulted in a number of deaths overnight at Cairo University.
At least 16 people were killed and 200 were wounded there during tensions between supporters of President Mohammed Morsy and anti-government protesters.
And the clock is ticking before a military coup or civil war. The Egyptian military says it will "sacrifice our blood" if Morsy refuses to come up with a power sharing agreement by the deadline just a few hours from now.
Reza Sayah is in Cairo this morning with the very latest.
“For the president's critics the ultimatum makes the end of Morsy's rule seem tantalizingly near,” Sayah reports. “In many ways, so is the Eygptian revolution part II.”
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