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Egypt's 'Day of Anger'

Protesters took to the streets again on Friday across Egypt. The Muslim Brotherhood had called for a mass rally and a "Day of Anger" to challenge the government's crackdown on Morsi supporters and the recent declaration of a month-long state of emergency. A curfew has been imposed in much of the country as well. Barbara Ibrahim, founding director of the John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement at the American University in Cairo, joins us to discuss how the political crisis has affected Egyptian society. (Photo: AP Images).

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