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Egypt polarised two years after Mubarak's fall

Two years after the beginning of protests that toppled Hosni Mubarak, Egypt remains a deeply divided country. Demonstrators recently attacked the headquarters of Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood party. Meanwhile, the president compared the country's current challenges to the difficulties faced by the Prophet Mohammed when he founded the city Medina in the seventh century.

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