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    Egypt's Protest Crackdown Draws Criticism in West, Pro-Morsi Nationsi
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    August 15, 2013 12:15 PM
    Egypt's violent crackdown on supporters of former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi has triggered condemnations from Western powers and Muslim nations who backed the ousted leader. VOA's Michael Lipin has more from Washington

    Egypt's Protest Crackdown Draws Criticism in West, Pro-Morsi Nations

    Published August 15, 2013

    Egypt's violent crackdown on supporters of former Islamist President Mohamed Morsi has triggered condemnations from Western powers and Muslim nations who backed the ousted leader. VOA's Michael Lipin has more from Washington


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