Egyptian opposition leaders are collectively calling for a national unity government, as protests against the country's Muslim Brotherhood-linked President Mohamed Morsi simmer but lessen. Morsi, who is backed by Islamist groups and has claim to an electoral mandate, has rejected the suggestion that the current Islamist-inflected government be re-formed. The New York Times reports.
Egyptian Opposition Calls For Unlikely Unity Government
UPDATED 7:27 AM EST, January 31, 2013