Egypt's Sissi Is Going the Extra Mile, but Life’s No Better on the Nile

The Egyptian president is trying to improve relations between Copts and Muslims, combat terrorism in Sinai and prop up a flagging economy. Maybe one day he'll become the fifth Egyptian to win a Nobel Prize.

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Egypt has had four Nobel Prize winners. The first, author Naguib Mahfouz, died at a ripe old age. The second, former President Anwar Sadat, was assassinated. The third, chemist Ahmed Zewail, died on Tuesday....