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Egypt's Morsi Hoped Violence Would Burn Out, Spreads Instead

  • Aired: 01/28/2013
  • 07:05
  • Rating: E
Jeffrey Brown talks with Borzou Daragahi, Cairo-based Middle East and North Africa correspondent for the Financial Times, about the spreading political unrest, and emergence of new forms of organized protest and violence and President Morsi declares a state of emergency in some cities.
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