Egypt walked out of a round of global nuclear talks in protest Monday, saying other nations are not acting quickly enough to establish the Middle East as a zone free of nuclear weapons.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi promoted top army leaders on last week and condemned what he called a campaign against the military, after a British newspaper cited a report that accused the army of torture and killing during the 2011 revolution.
A tension that has been building up between the Egyptian Army and the Muslim Brotherhood has reached a new level, local media reports show.
Struggle among political forces in Egypt could lead to the collapse of the country, Head of the Armed Forced warned on Tuesday.
Egypt's Senate on Monday ratified a law that would grant the Armed Forces powers of arrest, the official MENA news agency reported.
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