Take Two for May 7, 2013

Raising a family as a foreign correspondent in Cairo

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Egyptian protesters wave their national flag as they shout political slogans against President Mohamed Morsi's decree granting himself broad powers during a demonstration in Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 27, 2012. The planned demonstrations come a day after Morsi met with the country's top judges in a bid to defuse the crisis over the decree, that has sparked deadly clashes and prompted judges and journalists to call for strike.

Reporter Borzou Daragahi is a foreign correspondent who spent several years covering the Middle East for the LA Times. He's now stationed in Cairo as the North Africa Correspondent for the Financial Times.

He recently wrote about how his perspective on his job has changed since becoming a father to a little girl named Samarra about 14 months ago. Borzou Daragahi joins the show from his home in Cairo. 


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