White House says not taking sides in Egypt unrest
WASHINGTON Jan 27 (Reuters) - White House spokesman Robert Gibbs on Thursday called Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak a close and important U.S. partner but stressed that the United States was not taking sides on the unrest in Egypt.
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