Amr Moussa
  • President Mohammed Morsi signs into law Egypt's Islamist-backed constitution.
    If Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi was hoping to heal political rifts in the wake of Tuesday's divisive constitutional referendum, his chief prosecutor does not appear to be helping his case. Talaat Abdullah, the public prosecutor appointed by Morsi last month, has announced an investigation of top opposition leaders -- including Nobel Peace laureate Mohammed ElBaradei -- on treason charges. The other two opposition figures targeted in the probe are Hamdeen Sabbahi and Amr Moussa, both of whom ran against Morsi in Egypt's June presidential election.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 28, 2012, 2:52 PM EST
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