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Monday, June 11, 2012

#Egypt's liberals quit constitutional meeting Accusing Islamists of trying to take seats

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Egypt's liberals quit constitutional meeting »
Accusing Islamists of trying to take seats allocated to secular parties, liberals walk out of a constitutional meeting.
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