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Mubarak Visits Site of Blasts, Vows Justice

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Mubarak Visits Site of Blasts, Vows Justice

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Mubarak Visits Site of Blasts, Vows Justice

Mubarak Visits Site of Blasts, Vows Justice

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Egypt's President Mubarak listens to top officials as he tours the bombed areas.

Egypt's President Mubarak listens to top officials as he tours the bombed areas in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Reuters hide caption

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak visited Sharm el-Sheik Saturday, hours after blasts targeted hotels and a market at the resort. Mubarak said his government would hunt down those responsible. There are signs a crackdown by security forces is already underway.

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