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Egypt After Morsi - Trailer

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Some are calling it a military coup, others are insisting it's a people's revolution. What is for sure is that on Wednesday, July 3rd, a year of turmoil and discontent in Egypt climaxed in the ousting of president Mohamed Morsi. When the country's chief general announced the dismissal of Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood party, it sparked a carnival among the tens of thousands of anti-government protesters massed in Tahrir Square. But what lies ahead for an Egypt that remains politically and socially polarized? VICE filmmakers are currently on the ground in Cairo, covering the takeover and its aftermath.

Watch the film soon at VICE.com.

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