Ashraf Khalil

Time magazine

Guest

Cairo-based reporter for Foreign Policy and Time magazines, and author of Liberation Square: Inside the Egyptian Revolution and the Rebirth of a Nation; former Jerusalem correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

Ashraf Khalil on KCRW

Violence has erupted again in Egypt, where supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi are demonstrating against the government that ousted him in July.

Growing Turmoil in Egypt

Violence has erupted again in Egypt, where supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi are demonstrating against the government that ousted him in July.

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Since the so-called "Arab Spring" began in Tunisia, there's been violence in that country. Today, Egypt's new military leaders formally criminalized protests.

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Since the so-called "Arab Spring" began in Tunisia, there's been violence in that country. Today, Egypt's new military leaders formally criminalized protests.

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