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Egypt says Italian request for phone records in Regeni probe 'unconstitutional'

Mostafa Suleiman (R), Egypt's assistant state prosecutor, speaks to the press in the capital Cairo on April 9, 2016, on the subject of the murder of student Giulio RegeniEgypt’s assistant state prosecutor said on Saturday Italy had demanded thousands of phone records to investigate the murder of student Giulio Regeni in Cairo, charging that the request was unconstitutional. Mostafa Suleiman told a press conference that Italian investigators had made the demand during an inconclusive meeting in Rome last week that prompted Italy on Friday to recall its ambassador from Cairo. Egypt’s Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukri, meanwhile, told his Italian counterpart that recalling the ambassador “raised question marks” in light of what he said was Egypt’s cooperation in the probe.

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