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Egypt: Between Mubarak and Morsy


Egypt witnessed deadly bouts of violence and mass street protests in the one year of Mohamed Morsy's regime as Egypt’s first freely elected president following the 2011 uprising. Opponents claimed the President had caused deep polarisation in Egypt. Mr Morsy accused the opposition of instigating violence. A glance at the unfolding of events leading to the current crisis following the ouster of President Morsy. Compiled by Deeksha Vasanth




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