A Visit to Egypt A week-long series of reports from the Middle East begin with a visit to Egypt. NPR's Robert Siegel reports on the making of a film based on a popular Egyptian novel and talks to college students about their job prospects. Peter Kenyon reports on reform efforts and U.S.-Egyptian relations.

Democratic Shortcomings Complicate U.S.-Egypt Relations

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Opposition Party Struggles for Change in Egypt

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Egyptian Graduates Face Dim Job Prospects

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