Amanpour gets sit-down with Mubarak

ABC's Christiane Amanpour met today at the palace with Egypt's Hosni Mubarak. He says he's fed up and wants to leave, but predicts chaos if he were to rersign. He also expressed chagrin at yesterday's violence in the streets. Here's her story to go with the video above.

Also: ABC has posted a very long list of the journalists so far attacked or detained while covering the Egypt protests.

And: The New York Times has moved media reporter Brian Stelter up to Doha, Qatar to report on media side of the Egypt story.

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