Egypt's top prosecutor quits 'under pressure'

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Mon Dec 17 2012, 21:45:08

Egypt's Prosecutor General Talaat Ibrahim Abdallah (left) submitted his resignation on Monday "under pressure from protesters", a judicial source said, just weeks after President Mohammed Morsi swore him in after sacking his predecessor.

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