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January 29, 2013 3:04 PM

Egypt military chief urges end to violent protests, warns nation threatened

CAIRO Declaring that ongoing street protests could lead to the “collapse of the state,” Egypt’s top military general warned Tuesday that if opponents of President Mohammed Morsi continue to paralyze the country through demonstrations, the military might have to intervene to defend the government.

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