Seven Years After Arab Spring Revolution, Egypt Faces a Fresh Political Challenge

Seven years after ebullient crowds demonstrated in Cairo to oust longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak, in what became one of the most visible flash points of the Arab Spring, Egypt is bracing for presidential elections in March that will serve as a test of what the country gained and lost as a result of those turbulent days of early 2011. Edward Yeranian reports for VOA from Cairo.
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