January 28, 2014

General Sisi: The Field Marshal Who Could Be Pharaoh

Karl Vick, Time

The Associated Press

The man who orchestrated the military's removal of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi last year now stands poised to make a run for Morsi's old job.

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TAGGED: Abdul Fatah Al-Sisi, Egypt

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