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Two Years on, Egyptian Revolution Caught in Violent Past

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Egypt still reeling from January 25th anniversary violence, as police brutality moves some revolutionaries to abandon peaceful protests.

Egypt still reeling from January 25th anniversary violence, as police brutality moves some revolutionaries to abandon peaceful protests. Over 60 people have been killed across country, hundreds more injured, detained and still missing. Police torture leaves multiple detainees fighting for their lives in hospitals, while one activist died Monday morning after subjected to savage police torture. Attacks on police stations and government institutions are on the rise.

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