July 16, 2012

Clinton in Cairo

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

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The US Secretary of State has a difficult but vital mission encouraging dialogue in Egypt's troubled new democracy.

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TAGGED: Mohamed Morsi, United States, Egypt, Hillary Clinton

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