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Muslim Brotherhood vows to bounce back

Party is having to deal with one of deepest crises in its long history after President Morsi's ouster.

Last Modified: 14 Jul 2013 14:14
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The Muslim Brotherhood is having to deal with one of the deepest crises in its long history following the military ouster of President Mohamed Morsi.

The party has a proven track record of bouncing back from such periods of hardship.

Leaders and followers insist it is an ability the organisation still has.

Al Jazeera's Rory Challends correspondent reports from Cairo.


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