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Egypt crisis: View from the street on political turmoil

15 July 2013 Last updated at 07:04 BST

Political turmoil is continuing to divide Egypt with little sign of resolution.

Massive crowds gathered in Tahrir Square to demand the overthrow of President Mohammed Morsi; now huge rallies are held daily to demand his reinstatement.

But what impact is this crisis having on the people on the street?

Ahmed Maher embarks on a road trip through Egypt to find out, beginning in the north-eastern city of Ismailia - birthplace of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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