Deadly Riots in Cairo

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Egypt's Coptic Christian leaders harshly criticized the government today for the bloodiest street violence since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak. Twenty-four people died and Copts claim some of their bodies were mangled by tanks, bullets and beating wounds. David Kirkpatrick is Cairo Bureau Chief for the New York Times.

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Guest:
David D. Kirkpatrick - New York Times - @ddknyt

Host:
Warren Olney

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Christian Bordal, Sonya Geis, Karen Radziner