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More Protests Erupt in Egypt: Why Won't They End? (VOA On Assignment Feb. 8)i
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February 08, 2013 3:10 PM
VOA Middle East correspondent Elizabeth Arrott talks with On Assignment's Imran Siddiqui and Alex Villarreal about the latest protests to hit Egypt. The new wave of unrest comes as the nation marks two years since the start of the revolution that toppled 30-year president Hosni Mubarak. Critics say a new constitution, backed by current President Mohamed Morsi, fails to protect human rights and curb the power of the military.

More Protests Erupt in Egypt: Why Won't They End? (VOA On Assignment Feb. 8)

Published February 08, 2013

VOA Middle East correspondent Elizabeth Arrott talks with On Assignment's Imran Siddiqui and Alex Villarreal about the latest protests to hit Egypt. The new wave of unrest comes as the nation marks two years since the start of the revolution that toppled 30-year president Hosni Mubarak. Critics say a new constitution, backed by current President Mohamed Morsi, fails to protect human rights and curb the power of the military.