News Roundup: Elections in Egypt and More

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Egyptians have begun voting in parliamentary elections. Meanwhile, a just-released U.N. report says Syrian security forces have committed crimes against humanity in their crackdown on anti-government protesters. And the partnership between the U.S. and Pakistan is under threat after a NATO air strike killed 24 Pakistani troops. We discuss the latest news out of the Middle East and Asia.

Guests:

Fred Lawson, professor and head of the government department at Mills College

Aaron David Miller, public policy scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Zahid Hussain, correspondent for the Times of London and The Wall Street Journal.

Ramin Mostaghim, Tehran-based special correspondent for the LA Times

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