Cairo resident: "This is not Egypt anymore"
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Egypt clashes: Emotions run high on both sides

In Cairo, residents have been considering the human cost of clashes between the security forces and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Protesters had been staging sit-ins for weeks, demanding the reinstatement of President Mohammed Morsi, overthrown by the army in July.

The BBC's Mishal Husain was in Cairo to speak to those affected by the recent clashes.

  • 15 Aug 2013
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