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Rising Violence Against Egyptian Women Worries Rights Groupsi
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January 03, 2013 7:32 PM
Nearly two years after Egypt's revolution promised a more representative future, the rights of Egyptian women remain tentative. Rights groups say violence against women is on the rise and they want the government to intervene. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports.

Rising Violence Against Egyptian Women Worries Rights Groups

Published January 03, 2013

Nearly two years after Egypt's revolution promised a more representative future, the rights of Egyptian women remain tentative. Rights groups say violence against women is on the rise and they want the government to intervene. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports.


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