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Egypt crisis: Families pay uprising price in blood

20 August 2013 Last updated at 23:14 BST

The 2011 uprising in Egypt saw Hosni Mubarak ousted after decades in power, but now the military has reasserted its influence in the country and Islamist President Mohammed Morsi has been removed.

In the past week hundreds have died as authorities attempted to quash protests by those who are unhappy with the current military rulers as well as protests by pro-Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood supporters.

So has anything really changed in Egypt, and what does the future hold?

Jeremy Bowen reports.

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