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Mohamed Kamel Amr, Egypt Foreign Minister, Reportedly Resigns

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CAIRO, July 2 (Reuters) - Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr has tendered his resignation, the state news agency MENA reported early on Tuesday, after millions of Egyptians rallied against President Mohamed Mursi.

The report did not elaborate or say where it got the information. At least five other ministers have resigned since Sunday's mass protests. (Writing by Alexander Dziadosz; editing by Christopher Wilson)

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