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    Egyptian Woman Works to Overcome Political Dividei
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    October 04, 2013 2:59 PM
    Egypt is in the midst of profound polarization, with supporters and opponents of the government facing off on the national stage, as well as the personal one. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports on one woman trying to overcome the differences.

    Egyptian Woman Works to Overcome Political Divide

    Published October 04, 2013

    Egypt is in the midst of profound polarization, with supporters and opponents of the government facing off on the national stage, as well as the personal one. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports on one woman trying to overcome the differences.


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