Morsi: Statesman abroad, 'pharaoh' at home?

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Thu Nov 22 2012, 17:05:25

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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has won high praise for brokering the Israel-Hamas ceasefire. But can he implement the truce? And on the domestic front, is Egypt's new president turning into its next pharaoh?

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