Egyptian president is under pressure to open dialogue with protesters

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is being pressured by the Egyptian military, as well as the United Nations and the U.S., to open up dialogue with protesters. "Nothing should be done that would undermine democratic processes," says a spokesman for UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay.

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