In Egypt, opposition to a U.S. invasion of Iraq is compounded by fears of what impact the war would have on the Egyptian economy. Analysts predict a war could cost Egypt, which is already in recession, as much as $8 billion in lost revenue. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.
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