August 29, 2015


By Gwynne Dyer

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Europe 1848 shows Arab Spring might still flourish

Egyptian security forces try to disperse supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protesting against the government in Cairo, Egypt, Jan. 31. The Egyptian military also battled Islamic militants in the northern part of Sinai who have escalated a campaign of bombings and shootings in retaliation for last summer's army coup that ousted Morsi and for the ensuing crackdown against Islamists.

MOSTAFA DARWISH / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Egyptian security forces try to disperse supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi protesting against the government in Cairo, Egypt, Jan. 31. The Egyptian military also battled Islamic militants in the northern part of Sinai who have escalated a campaign of bombings and shootings in retaliation for last summer's army coup that ousted Morsi and for the ensuing crackdown against Islamists.

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