Move by the Muslim Brotherhood to end Egypt crisis
Egypt's most influential opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, says it will enter talks with officials on ending the country's political crisis.
The group said Sunday's talks would assess how far the government is ready to "accept the demands of the people".
President Hosni Mubarak has rejected protesters' demands to quit now, as he says it would cause chaos.
Jon Leyne reports.
06 Feb 2011
- From the section Middle East