Arab League confirms Egypt FM as its next head

By REUTERS
May 15, 2011 19:54

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's foreign minister was confirmed as the Arab League's next chief on Sunday after becoming the only candidate in last-minute diplomacy and will lead the organization amid unprecedented turmoil in the region.

Nabil ElAraby, nominated shortly before foreign ministers were due to meet on Sunday, will take over from Amr Moussa, another former Egyptian foreign minister who led the 22-nation Cairo-based body for 10 years. Qatar withdrew its candidate.

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