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"We were here painting the office, and then it went off. It was like an earthquake, it blew the doors off and smashed all the windows in," he said. "The explosion sounded professional, it wasn't small-time."
Mr. Erdogan's ties to Mr. Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist group that propelled him to power, have rankled the Egyptian military since June 2013, when MiT chief Hakan Findan was dispatched to Cairo to warn Mr. Morsi of contacts between street protest organizers and the armed forces.