Egypt's president fires his spy chief

Egypt's president fires his spy chief

El Arish : Egypt | Aug 08, 2012 at 10:14 PM PDT
Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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President Mohammed Morsi fired his intelligence chief and other top security officials Wednesday in a sweeping response by his new government to the killings of 16 soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula. The far-reaching purge affected officials accused of lapses that contributed to the soldiers' deaths,... FULL ARTICLE AT Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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