Arab-American composer Mohammed Fairouz has found inspiration in the Cairo's Tahrir Square uprising. On the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, he talks about his piece "For Egypt," to the memory of people who lost their lives in the uprising.
Egyptians voted on ratifying their new constitution. It's being billed as a bold step in democratic reform. But Egypt's poor are being left out of the process, as The World's Matthew Bell reports, that's especially true for the poorest Egyptians.
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