Dozens demonstrate in front of Egyptian embassy following clashes in Egypt between security forces, protesters backing Morsi.
Egyptian army chief in interview says Defense Secretary Hagel calls him almost every day, but Obama has not called.
European Union foreign policy chief says it is ultimately up to Egyptian politicians to "make the right decisions."
Since the deaths of Nasser (and to a much lesser degree, Arafat) the Arab world has not known significant leaders.
Muslim Brotherhood official dismisses claims over national reconciliation as bloody clashes continue in Cairo.
The largest Arab country has become a source of fear: For itself, its neighbors, even more distant countries. Dizzied by rallies, a coup, and agitation for civil war, Egypt craves leaders of a kind it hasn't had since antiquity.