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Syrian refugees meet with hostility in Egypt

Since President Mohamed Morsi was ousted by the Egyptian army in July, many of the estimated 250,000 Syrian refugees living in Egypt are feeling the backlash. They are increasingly stigmatised, accused of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood - the Islamic organisation that formed the backbone of Morsi's deposed government. Our correspondents in Egypt witnessed the tension first-hand.

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