Middle East

In Egypt's military, a march for change

An Egyptian soldier stands guard in front of a polling station in Cairo November 28, 2011. Over the past six months, more than a dozen serving or recently retired mid- and lower ranking officers have said they and their colleagues see Egypt's revolution as their own chance to win better treatment, salaries, and improved conditions and training. They are tired, they said, of a few very top officers becoming rich while the vast majority of officers and ordinary soldiers struggle. Picture taken Nov





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