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Four years after ouster of Mubarak, Egyptians ‘are tired of revolutions’

From police shootings at street protests to the killing or jailing or thousands of supporters of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood, the list of alarming headlines out of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s Egypt grows longer by the day. Almost two years after Sisi ousted Egypt’s first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, and four years after a popular revolt ousted long-time strongman Hosni Mubarak, many Egyptians their country is veering off a democratic path.

Bernard Rougier is a Cairo-based specialist in Middle Eastern Studies, political science professor and co-editor of a new book, "Egypt in Revolutions". He tells us where he thinks today's Egypt is headed.

By Douglas HERBERT

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2018-07-18 James ANDRE

UN warns of 'conspiracy of complacency' in fighting HIV

As the UN's HIV/AIDS agency UNAIDS publishes its annual report, FRANCE 24 sat down with Michel Sidibé, its Executive Director. Sidibé discussed the progress made in fighting the...

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2018-07-12 Marc PERELMAN

'Official US position, confirmed by Trump: Crimea is Ukrainian', Poroshenko says

At this week’s NATO summit in Brussels, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko told FRANCE 24’s Marc Perelman he was “certain” that US President Donald Trump would not negotiate on...

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2018-07-11 Annette YOUNG

The art of 'adulting': Why do so many of us struggle to grow up?

Annette Young meets Pamela Druckerman, New York Times columnist and Paris-based author whose latest book looks at why we struggle with growing up. After the mammoth success of...

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2018-07-09 Asia-pacific

ICRC chief: 'Long way to go' until Rohingya refugees can return to Myanmar

Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), spoke to FRANCE 24 from Geneva following a visit to Myanmar and Bangladesh. Maurer described the...

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2018-07-05 Claudy SIAR

Migration 'not just a security issue,' says France's Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron said a new vision of Africa that reflects the continent's vitality is necessary to tackle Europe's migration crisis, in an exclusive interview on...

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