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  • Egypt's president sacks military chiefs Aug 13, 2012
  • Egypt’s new Islamist president Mohamed Morsi has sacked the country’s top two military leaders in a bid to regain some of the power seized by the military in June’s presidential elections. Fiona Symon asked Heba Saleh, FT correspondent in Cairo, about whether the military has now been dislodged from its leading role in shaping the country's political transition.
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