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EU's Ashton visit ends, but Egypt crisis persists

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EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton left Egypt Tuesday after a mediation trip that included talks with the ousted president, but the country's crisis appeared no closer to a resolution. 

Supporters of Mohamed Morsi protest in Cairo on July 30, 2013. Egypt's ousted president is "well," EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton left Egypt Tuesday after a mediation trip that included talks with the ousted president, but the country's crisis appeared no closer to a resolution.

She said Mohamed Morsi, who has not been seen in public since being deposed on July 3, was "well," but did not say where he was being held.

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