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Q&A: What the Egyptian unrest means for the Middle East and the world - The Guardian

Q&A: What the Egyptian unrest means for the Middle East and the world
The Guardian
What are the implications for the Middle East? Egypt is the most populous Arab nation and, as the first to sign a peace treaty with Israel, a major Middle ...
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