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Time After Time: Egypt Protests, US Refugee Program, Landmines

Released Friday, 27th September 2019
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Protesters tried to mobilize across Egypt today for a second week of anti-government demonstrations. But security forces were out in force after days of making arrests. We’ll explain why President el-Sisi is coming under fire. Meanwhile, it was supposed to be the UN’s big week, but the General Assembly meetings got buried under news of drama in DC. We’ll bring you up to speed. Also on the show: the US is cutting back its refugee admissions program, and Prince Harry walks in his mother’s footsteps.

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The Arab Spring has not materialized into a successful new chapter due to leadership absence and the presence of too many pilots fighting over leadership. Egypt is a sad example; Egyptians are poorer with a more restricted access to education and predominate corruption has eroded everyone’s confidence of the Govt ability to guide them through obstacles.
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13m 24s
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