31 Jan '11, 1pm

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak swore in a new Cabinet on Monday.

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak swore in a new Cabinet on Monday.

'This is a failed attempt - he is done with.' Mubarak announced the dissolving of the previous government late on Friday, naming his intelligence chief and close aide Omar Suleiman as vice president and former Air Force general Ahmed Shafiq as prime minister. But protesters immediately rejected the move as an attempt by Mubarak, Egypt's authoritarian ruler of nearly 30 years, to cling to power. -- AP

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