A destroyed home in Tawargha, south of Misrata, on June 5, 2012. Residents have not returned home for fear of death. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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After The War, A Bitter Feud Remains In Two Libyan Towns
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Elected Leadership Struggles To Rule In Libya
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Egyptian folk singer Dina El Wedidi performs at Qasr El Nil Theater during the Downtown Cairo Arts Festival. Wedidi says efforts to revitalize venues like the Qasr El Nil are important because there aren't enough places for musicians of the post-revolution explosion to perform. Mostafa Abdel Aty/Courtesy of Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival hide caption

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From The Heart Of Egypt's Revolt, The Pulse Of Artistic Life
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How Different Cultures Handle Personal Space
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Egyptian Christians gather around four coffins during a funeral service at the Saint Mark Coptic cathedral in Cairo on April 7. Religious violence this month has killed three Muslims and at least six Christians. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egyptian Activists: Our Religion Is None Of Your Business
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Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef waves to his supporters as he enters Egypt's state prosecutor general's office in Cairo on March 31 to face charges of allegedly insulting Islam and the country's leader. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egypt's Jon Stewart Says He Won't Back Down Amid Charges
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Egyptian Government Accused Of Suppressing Abuse Report
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Talk Of Civil War Amid Continuing Unrest In Egypt
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Religious Tensions Escalate In Egypt Amid Violence
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An Egyptian woman carries a cooking gas canister in Cairo on Tuesday. The government just raised the price of gas as part of an energy package needed to satisfy the conditions of a $4.8 billion IMF loan. Opponents say some of the conditions disproportionately hurt the poor. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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As Egypt Negotiates IMF Loan, Food And Fuel Prices Soar
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Egyptian men and boys pray at a mosque in Assiut, southern Egypt, that serves as the headquarters for Gamaa al-Islamiya, a group that once waged a bloody insurgency, attacking police and Christians in a campaign to create an Islamic state. Now the Islamist group says it's determined to ensure law and order in the area. Nariman El-Mofty/AP hide caption

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Islamists Say They Are Filling Vacuum Left By Egyptian State
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Police Officers Caught In The Middle Go On Strike In Egypt
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An Egyptian military police officer argues with protesters during a demonstration on June 14, 2012, outside the Supreme Constitutional Court in Cairo. Marwan Naamani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Post-Revolution Egypt, Fears Of Police Abuse Deepening
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Egyptian Women Speak Out Against Sexual Violence At Protests
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Group Of Violent Anarchists Emerges Amid Egypt's Political Turmoil
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