Middle East

September 18, 2013

Egypt’s crackdown on Morsi supporters called worse than Mubarak era

In the two months since Egyptian authorities started rounding up supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi, a repressive regime has emerged here that appears to be far worse than the one political activists thought they’d ended when they pushed Hosni Mubarak from office two and a half years ago.

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