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Protests Still Scare Egypt’s Government

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Click to expand Image Protesters chant slogans against the government in Cairo, Egypt, September 21, 2019. © 2019 AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty Egyptians have many reasons to protest and little space to do so. But over several days in late September, something new happened. In villages and towns stretching from Damietta in the north to Luxor and Aswan in the south, small but widespread street protests erupted predominately in some of the poorest and most remote areas in the country. The protests began on September 20, the first anniversary of 2019 protests called by Mohamed Ali, a self-exiled…

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