Egypt is in official mourning as misery piles up
Political violence and unrest have plagued Egypt since the ouster in 2011 of longtime authoritarian ruler Hosni Mubarak, but a flurry of deadly incidents this week appears to have touched a raw nerve in the nation's psyche, with many Egyptians abandoning hopes for democracy and freedom and instead embracing a grim view of the future.
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Since: Jul 11
#1 Nov 22, 2013
Yeah, but they're free....
Ain't democracy grand?
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