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Mubarak Denies Accusations in Speech to al-Arabiya
Mubarak Denies Accusations in Speech to al-Arabiya
"I will reserve my right to sue anyone who tried to undermine me or my reputation," the 81-year-old ex-president said.
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Monday, April 11,2011 08:06

In an audio message broadcast on the Saudi-owned news channel Al-Arabiya on Sunday, since he was ousted two months ago, Mubarak says he is willing to authorise the prosecutor-general "in writing to allow him to contact, through the foreign ministry, all countries in the world to prove to them that he did not own any property abroad or have foreign bank accounts.

"I will reserve my right to sue anyone who tried to undermine me or my reputation," the 81-year-old ex-president said.

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