Catherine Ashton, Europe's top diplomat, urged Egypt's government to reach out to the Muslim Brotherhood as she worked to mediate an end to the country's increasingly bloody crisis even as mainly ... more 
Catherine Ashton, Europe's top diplomat, urged Egypt's government to reach out to the Muslim Brotherhood as she worked to mediate an end to the country's increasingly bloody crisis even as mainly Islamist protesters calling for the return of ousted leader Mohammed Morsi massed for more protests. Egyptian officials say police have arrested two leaders of a Muslim Brotherhood-allied Islamist party on suspicion of inciting violence. Supporters of Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi marched toward a military facility in defiance of an army warning, risking a new confrontation after dozens have been shot dead. less 
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Mon, Jul 29, 2013 3:20 PM EDT