February 22, 2013
An Egyptian man with his three children wear red Friday during a symbolic hanging at an anti-government protest in front of Egypt’s high court building in downtown Cairo. The Arabic writing on the banners reads, “death is more honorable for me and my children than poverty and hunger,” and “Jeeka, Christy and Mohammed to heaven.”
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Egypt’s president set parliamentary elections to begin in April — a decision that an opposition leader denounced Friday as “a recipe for disaster” because of the ongoing political turmoil in the country.
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