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Rural Egyptians accuse Brotherhood of neglect

Anger is spilling from Egypt's big urban centres to smaller towns and villages.
Last Modified: 04 Mar 2013 22:41

Street protests have become an almost daily occurance in Egypt's cities for the past two years.

But anger is just now spilling from the big urban centres to smaller towns and villages. Rural Egyptians are accusing the ruling Muslim Brotherhood party of neglect.

From Kafr el-Sheikh in the Nile Delta, Rawya Rageh reports.

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