Jan. 7, 2015 | 2:41 pm
Cairo, Egypt (IPA)
The ongoing political turmoil in the Egyptian capital has come to a sudden end following the resignation of President Hosni. Members of the National Heritage party, who lead the protests that followed last year’s contested elections, have formed an interim government with several opposition parties.
“It was time for the voice of the people to have its day,” said Wali Abasi, the president pro-tem and head of the party.
After four straight weeks of rioting, military units garrisoning the capital began standing down…
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