May 1, 2014

Arab Spring Chokes in Egypt

Ahmed Abdel-Raheem, The Commentator

The Associated Press

It's almost as if the revolution against Mubarak was pointless. Egypt is more repressive now than it was when he was in charge. But some Egyptians are still not prepared to give up.

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