Journalists In Egypt Face 'Unprecedented Pressures'

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As Artistic Freedoms Dwindle, A Tunisian Rapper Is On The Run

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In Widening Crackdown, Egyptian Court Bans Muslim Brotherhood

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People gather outside the Constituent Assembly headquarters during a protest to demand the ouster of the Islamist-dominated government, in Tunis, Tunisia, on July 28. Anis Mili/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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As The Revolution Fades, Tunisia Begins To Splinter

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The protesters who opposed Hosni Mubarak two years ago, like these demonstrators in Cario's Tahrir Square on Feb. 8, 2011, have been pushed to the sidelines in the current confrontation. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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In Egypt's Political Turmoil, Middle Ground Is The Loneliest

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Military Rides Wave Of Public Support In Egypt

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Mubarak's Release From Prison Cuts Across Egypt's Divisions

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Since Crackdown In Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood's Support Wanes

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Leila Fadel reports from Cairo

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From 'Morning Edition': Cairo Bureau Chief Leila Fadel reports

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A pro-Morsi supporter stands with other demonstrators in Cairo's Abbassiya neighborhood on Friday. Mohammed Abdel Moneim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Bloodshed, Many Egyptians Support Military

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A man walks among shrouded bodies at a Cairo mosque on Thursday. At the El-Iman mosque, more than 200 bodies were being prepared for burial, the victims killed in a crackdown on protesters by Egypt's military-backed government. Khaled Desouki /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scene From A Cairo Mosque Turned Morgue

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Egypt Is Under A State Of Emergency

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Security Forces Move In On Egyptian Protests

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