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Egypt's patchwork opposition

The country's anti-government movement has not been led by one prominent figure, but members of a loose opposition coalition have been meeting to organize demonstrations and are likely to be involved in talks with President Hosni Mubarak's government.

Graphic shows Egypt's anti-government movement has not been led by one prominent figure.

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Article | Political turbulence in Egypt is casting a pall on world financial markets, driving up the prices of crude oil and food and creating new risks for the shaky world economy in the months ahead.

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