A wave of unrest in Egypt has left at least 50 dead and more than 300 injured. The Associated Press observes that the responses of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi - which involved the quick imposition of a state of emergency and a televised address promising further action - echo "tactics of the ousted regime" in the midst of "discontent over his Islamist policies." Egyptian domestic stability disintegrated on Saturday, when death sentences for 21 defendants tied to a February soccer rally triggered rioting in Port Said.
Morsi Tactics To Put Down Egypt Unrest "Echo Ousted Regime"
UPDATED 7:26 AM EST, January 28, 2013