Egypt leader claims victory in captives’ release


SARAH EL DEEB Associated Press= CAIRO (AP) — The safe release Wednesday of seven conscripts kidnapped by suspected militants in Sinai brought a victory for Egypt’s Islamist president after months of criticism that his government is mismanaging the country. Seated with top military brass and senior officials, an animated Mohammed Morsi lauded the release as a show of how unified and strong his leadership is and urged his opponents to work with his government in dealing with Egypt’s multiple crises. Despite the end of the nearly weeklong kidnapping drama, however, Morsi’s government has left unresolved the issue of widespread lawlessness and growing power of Islamic militants in the Sinai…

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