Middle East

Egytian Peace Elusive as Muslim Brotherhood Insists on Morsi's Returni
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July 31, 2013 10:38 AM
Prospects for a quick return to peace in Egypt are slim as the Muslim Brotherhood calls for continued street protests demanding the return to power of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. VOA' Zlatica Hoke reports world leaders are urging the two sides to come to a compromise.

Egytian Peace Elusive as Muslim Brotherhood Insists on Morsi's Return

Published July 31, 2013

Prospects for a quick return to peace in Egypt are slim as the Muslim Brotherhood calls for continued street protests demanding the return to power of ousted President Mohamed Morsi. VOA' Zlatica Hoke reports world leaders are urging the two sides to come to a compromise.


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