More violence is expected in Egypt after chaos swept through the country last week, leaving nearly 900 dead in four days of unrest and threatening to stall a political transition. Egypt "is on a course for an incurable cycle of violence," said Michael Wahid Hanna, a senior fellow at the New York-based Century Foundation. "I don't know if we're very far off from seeing suicide bombings … and assassinations," he said. "That's where the country is headed."
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