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December 2, 2012 3:10 PM

Egypt court, citing threats, cancels session on key issue in standoff with Morsi

Egypt’s highest court indefinitely postponed a highly anticipated ruling Sunday, leaving the nation’s upcoming referendum on the new constitution in a state of uncertainty and putting off for now a direct confrontation with President Mohammed Morsi over his claim of judicial immunity.

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