February 18, 2014

This Cairo College Campus Is Now a War Zone

Jon Krohn, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

Egypt's prestigious Al Azhar University has been under siege since last summer by students protesting the military coup -- and both sides are preparing for the next round of battle when school resumes next month.

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