The New York Times has learned that travel bans were placed Wednesday on Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi as well as the Muslim Brotherhood’s supreme guide and deputy supreme guide. The Times’ Cairo bureau reported the development on Twitter, citing Egyptian security officials.
egyptian security officials: a travel ban on President Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood Supreme Guide, and his deputy Khairat el-Shater,
— David D. Kirkpatrick (@kirkpatricknyt) July 3, 2013
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