January 30th, 2013
12:57 PM ET

Massive protests threatens Egypt's first democratically-elected government

In Egypt, growing defiance against President Mohamed Morsy has the country's defense minister warning of a possible government collapse.
Reza Sayah in Port Said, Egypt, and Erin Burnett asked him how critical the situation has become.

Official warns of Egypt's collapse as protesters defy curfew order

And in Australia - after weeks of extreme weather, including a heat wave and flooding, Aussies are now grappling with sea foam. Hugh Whitfeld has the story on Australia's east coast where the froth has washed ashore.

Hospital evacuated as Australia hit by heavy flooding

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