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A year after bloody massacre, Egypt still has low tolerance for dissent Add to ...

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On the one-year anniversary of the bloodiest massacre in modern Egyptian history, Human Rights Watch has published a detailed account of the government crackdown that left hundreds dead and forever changed the trajectory of Egypt’s Arab Spring.

The human rights group’s conclusion is simple: What took place on August 14, 2013 likely constitutes a crime against humanity – a crime for which, so far, nobody has been held accountable.

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