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February 4, 2011 12:00 AM

Mubarak says chaos awaits if he resigns

CAIRO — As the toll of dead and injured from overnight clashes mounted Thursday, beleaguered Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak again refused to resign, warning that his abrupt departure would catapult the nation into unchecked turmoil.

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