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Jimmy Carter: If Egypt's Ruling Military Goes Through With Plan, Same as Coup

Former President Carter helps an Egyptian voter at a polling station in Cairo on May 24 during the first round of presidential elections. Photo by Wissam Saleh/AFP/Getty Images. Former President Jimmy Carter, whose Atlanta-based Carter Center observed voting in...
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