As It Happens | Jul 4, 2013 | 6:31

    Human Rights Watch is raising concerns about Egypt’s new military rulers.

    The first freely-elected President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, was overthrown yesterday and already human rights groups are crying foul over the country’s new military government. The Egyptian army, alongside their civilian allies, have suspended the con

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