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All Sides with Ann Fisher

Egypt's Uncertain Future

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11 am

It's been four years since the uprising in Egypt's Tahrir Square, but some worry the regime they helped topple is back. Egypt's new leader is using the same tactics as his predecessor, unemployment is rampant and food is scarce. We'll discuss more this hour. We'll also get an update on the condition of an OSU grad who's been held in Egyptian captivity for over 500 days.

Guests

  • Thanassis Cambanis, journalist and author of Once Upon a Revolution: an Egyptian Story
  • Omar Soltan, brother of Mohamed Soltan, imprisoned OSU grad on hunger strike in Egypt