February 13, 2014

The Man Who Wants to Fix Egypt

Hoppe & Steinvorth, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Mohammed el-Mahdi is Egypt's new minister for reconciliation. He's fighting to create a new country, even as society fragments. It's an uphill task in a land where the military is expanding its power and younger generations are digging their heels in for a fight.

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