Who's in charge?

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Thu Feb 7 2013, 13:53:48

The murder of an outspoken opposition leader in Tunisia sparks copycat threats in Egypt by radical clerics. Two years on, François Picard's panel reacts to the growing climate of fear and lawlessness happening on the watch of Islamist parties who came to power through the ballot box.

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