May 29, 2015


Analysis

Egypt reverts to autocracy

A protester against the Muslim Brotherhood, front, squats down on a street during clashes with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Nasr City district in Cairo, Egypt, in November.

SABRY KHALED / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVES

A protester against the Muslim Brotherhood, front, squats down on a street during clashes with supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Nasr City district in Cairo, Egypt, in November.

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