Sinai killings to have huge impact on...

Sinai killings to have huge impact on...

Cairo : Egypt | Aug 10, 2012 at 7:10 PM PDT
Source: Arab News
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Adel Zaanoun Saturday 11 August 2012 An attack by Sinai militants that killed 16 Egyptian soldiers has brought a swift end to the honeymoon between Gaza's Hamas rulers and Egypt's new president, analysts say. Following the election of Muhammad Mursi in June, relations with Hamas had appeared to get... FULL ARTICLE AT Arab News
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