4 Nov 2013
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4 November 2013
We are in Cairo as tensions mount on the first day in the trial of ousted president Mohammed Morsi. We also discuss the prospects of Turkey’s ‘Islamification’ and kickstart our week long series on the EU.
4 November 2013
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