Egypt Instability

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NPR's Deborah Amos reports Egypt's young people are watching the war in Iraq on TV, and becoming radicalized against the United States and the West. At the same time, they're taking Egypt's government to task for its inability to create jobs and for its strict controls on civil liberties.



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