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Egypt's Sisi signals he will run for president

Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) shakes hands with a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters

Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) shakes hands with a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military...more

Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (R) shakes hands with a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters
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Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (2nd R) pins a medal on a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters

Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (2nd R) pins a medal on a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military...more

Egypt's army chief Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi (2nd R) pins a medal on a military cadet at the end of a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters
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Military cadets provide a demonstration of their skills during a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters

Military cadets provide a demonstration of their skills during a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout...more

Military cadets provide a demonstration of their skills during a ceremony to mark the end of the basic military training preparation period for college students and military academics at the military college in Cairo, in this March 4, 2014 handout provided by Egypt's Ministry of Defence. REUTERS/Ministry of Defence/Handout via Reuters
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