UF faculty member in Egypt talks about the unrest in region
On the Tuesday Front Page edition of All Things Considered, we spoke with a University of Florida telecommunication faculty member who is a native of Egypt, and who has been spending this year in Cairo while on leave. We continue our interview today, as Dr. Rasha Kamhawi talks with WUFT-FM news director Tom Krynski, not just about the death of bin Laden, but also what’s come to be known as the “Arab spring”.
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