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Egypt Differs With US Over Hamas
Egypt Differs With US Over Hamas
Exerpts of the joint press conference of Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Ali Gheit Meeting and Secretary Condoleezza Rice FOREIGN MINISTER GHEIT: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. (In Arabic.)
Thursday, February 23,2006 00:00
by US State Department
Exerpts of the joint press conference of Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Ali Gheit Meeting and Secretary Condoleezza Rice

FOREIGN MINISTER GHEIT: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. (In Arabic.)
tags: US / Hamas / Egypt / Iran / Mubarak
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