Egyptian president reshuffles cabinet

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Sun Jan 6 2013, 21:51:39

AFP

Egypt on Sunday appointed ten new ministers, including three from the ruling Muslim Brotherhood party, in an attempt to address the country's economic woes. Tourism, a major foreign currency earner, has dropped sharply since the ousting of Mubarak.

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