World Lens — Week in Review: June 26

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Mubarak Stroke Scare

Egypt's Hosni Mubarak’s health took a turn for the worse last week after suffering a stroke, which required him to be kept alive by life support. The Egyptian public protested, calling for the swift selection of his successor, who came in the form of the first ever democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, on Sunday, June 24.


(Photo: AP Photo/Mohammed al-Law, File)

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