November 14, 2012

Egypt-Turkey Ties Signal New Mideast Order

Jeffrey Fleishman, Los Angeles Times

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The emerging alliance between Egypt's Mohamed Morsi and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan reflects two Islamist leaders maneuvering to reshape the Middle East.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Turkey, Egypt

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