How Egypt's Soccer Violence Fits Into its Political Unrest

Aired: 2/2/2012 | 0:06:54 | Clip
New violence erupted Thursday in Cairo after a soccer riot killed scores of fans in Port Said. Ray Suarez and Matt Bradley of The Wall Street Journal explore how the distrust and anger among the country's police, soccer hooligans, political protesters and the military overlap and fit into Egypt's overall "unfinished revolution."

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