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PBS NewsHour | With Unity in Egypt Now Fractured, 'Second Wave' of Revolution Underway | PBS

Duration: 09:17
Program: PBS NewsHour #10134
Broadcast Date: Aug. 17, 2011

As former President Hosni Mubarak stands trial, Egypt's revolutionaries are increasingly divided over how to shape their new political structure. Margaret Warner discusses what's next for Egyptians and their "second wave" of revolution with GlobalPost's Charles Sennott, who returned to Tahrir Square last month.

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Post Date: August 17, 2011