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University of Exeter's Omar Ashour talks to Becky about Mohamed Morsy's message of resistance and defiance.
This comes in the wake of ousted leader Mohammed Morsy's arrival for trial in Cairo.
Ashour remains sceptical and tells Becky Egypt is undergoing "a series of democratic blunders" and "not heading toward compromise any time soon".
The trial of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy was interrupted when defendants began chanting in court on Monday.
The interruption caused an adjournment soon after the beginning of what was expected to be a brief opening hearing, state-run Al Masriya TV said.
The eight defendants in court Monday chanted that the trial was illegitimate, Al Masriya reported. There was no immediate word on how long the adjournment would last.
Al Masriya also said Morsy refused to wear the white uniform that was assigned to him and the other defendants.
CNN's Ian Lee gives this report from Cairo.
Almost one billion dollars of art was reportedly discovered in a Munich apartment, some of the pieces discovered were thought to have been destroyed years ago.
The art works found, allegedly, include pieces by Picasso and Matisse.
Art dealer Marianne Rosenberg speaks to Becky about her hopes to recover family artwork from the found stolen Nazi art and what her family have heard from the German authorities so far.
Al Qaeda has swept to power with the aim of imposing a strict Islamist ideology on Syrians across large swathes of Syria's rebel-held north, according to a CNN survey of towns, activists and analysts that reveals an alarming increase in al Qaeda-linked control in just the past month.
Al Qaeda-backed militants known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are the predominant military force in northern Syria, according to activists and seasoned observers, and have a powerful influence over the majority of population centers in the rebel-held north.
Becky speaks to EU Counterterrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove tells us what's being done to stem the flow of jihadis into Syria.