4 Jul 2013
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4 July 2013
As Egypt swears-in its new president, James Schneider of Think Africa Press assesses what’s next for the Muslim Brotherhood. We also hear how ‘placemaking’ shaped our cities and ask why King Albert of Belgium has relinquished the throne.
4 July 2013
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