Egypt's President Said to Limit Scope of Judicial Decree

Egypt's President Said to Limit Scope of Judicial Decree

Cairo : NY : USA | Nov 26, 2012 at 1:49 PM PST
Source: The New York Times
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Tara Todras-Whitehill for The New York Times Egyptians mourned Mohammed Gaber Salah, an activist who died Sunday from injuries sustained during protests, before his funeral on Monday in Cairo. The Muslim Brotherhood , the Islamist group that sponsored Mr. Morsi and his party, announced that it was... FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times
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