Egyptian PM in hospital with low blood pressure

CAIRO - Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf was admitted on Monday to a hospital in Cairo suffering from a drop in blood pressure, but his condition was stable, security sources said.
Sharaf, who is in the middle of a cabinet reshuffle demanded by protesters camping in Cairo's Tahrir Square, has been under extreme pressure since the protest began.
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