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  Voting Rights Summit commences

Malians flock to vote in bid to rebuild broken nation

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Ballot counting began in Mali after voters turned out in large numbers on Sunday for a presidential election they hope will provide a fresh start for the West African nation after more than a year of turmoil, war and an army coup. Full story

House intel panel chairman updates MTP on turmoil in Egypt

  House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers of Michigan visits Meet the Press to discuss the current uprising in Egypt and the role the U.S. government is playing in the conflict.

Conversation about race that America has been avoiding

  Professor Paneal Joseph, director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy at Tufts University and Maya Wiley, founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion join The Last Word to talk race in America following the Zimmerman trial verdict.

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  Why America's 'meddling' in Egypt could be 'counterproductive'

Time's Rick Stengel and fmr. National Security Advisor to President Carter, Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, join Morning Joe to discuss the forces behind the overthrow of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and what it means for Egypt and the larger region.

  Goldberg: Morsi removal is a defeat for democracy

A panel of experts joins Meet the Press to discuss the latest events in Egypt and how the country moves forward politically since taking military action to remove their leader.

  1: Sen. Menendez, panel discuss future of Egypt

Foreign Relations Committee Chair Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., Ayman Mohyeldin and a Meet the Press panel discuss the state of affairs in Egypt and how the nation moves forward politically.

  Morsi supporters demand reinstatement

Ayman Mohyeldin discusses the latest developments with the political upheaval in Egypt.

  Pres. Obama orders review of US aid to Egypt

NBC’s Peter Alexander, former State Deptartment official Joel Rubin, and host Chris Matthews discuss President Obama’s statement on the situation in Egypt and the possible implications for the United States.

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