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February 1, 2013 11:03 AM

Woman living in Egypt fears the worst

Once again, Mary Thornberry, a former Fort Worth woman, is a witness to it all - the instability of the Egyptian government, increasing violence and protests in the streets. And she and others in the middle of the mayhem aren't finding much to smile at these days. "A seething cauldron of rage ... overlays people's beings. It bursts out in violent acts and in routine everyday transactions," she said. "There is no hope of redress for ills and no visible future plan for the future by the government. Recipe for an imminent explosion."

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