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Bel Trew, Cairo-based journalist, reports on the army's arrest of Mohammed Mursi and the conflicting reactions from opponents and supporters of the President
Hazhir Teimourian, writer and commentator on the Middle East, says the demonstrators were impatient at the slow pace of change in Egypt
Alastair Beach, Cairo Correspondent for London Independent, says there are reports of a broader crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood
Pearse Doherty, Sinn Féin Finance spokesman, discusses who knew and who didn't know about the existence of taped conversations between 18 bankers at Anglo Irish Bank ahead of the State guarantee
Kitty Holland, Irish Times reporter, says the proceedings will be issued on grounds of injuries, distress, upset and the loss of Savita
Detective Chief Inspector Keith Hardie of Edinburgh Police appeals for information to identify the body of a woman found in a shallow grave in Edinburgh
Tom Watson, UK Labour MP, discusses leaked recordings of a meeting between Rupert Murdoch and journalists from the Sun newspaper
John Devitt, CEO of Transparency International Ireland, welcomes the government's new whistleblower legislation but says that it needs to go further
Mary Regan, acting Political Editor of the Irish Examiner, reports on the progress of the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill
Peter Wise, Financial Times correspondent in Lisbon, reports on the deepening political crisis in Portugal
Emily Logan, Ombudsman for Children, discusses the announcement that St Patrick's Institution is to close, and her visit to Wheatfield Prison tomorrow
Caitríona Perry reports on controversial legislation to tighten up how temporary working visas are awarded to migrants
Michelle Fagan, President of the RIAI, announces the Public Choice winner for the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2013
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