Hosni Mubarak addresses the National Democratic Party in Cairo in July, 1993. The month before, gunmen had tried to assassinate the Egyptian president in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. Mubarak's bodyguards killed two assailants and wounded a third. The president was not hurt.
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