Egyptians sit at a street coffee shop around murals of Egyptian characters and symbols downtown in the capital of Cairo, Egypt January 16, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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Britain's Cambridge University rejected Wednesday any suggestion that one of its tutors might have been implicated in the death of graduate student Giulio Regeni, who was killed in Egypt in 2016 .A Cambridge spokesman said Abdel-Rahman was not available for comment.A senior source said Abdel-Rahman had shed no new light on the case last week and added that this was "disappointing".Toope said both Abdel-Rahman and the university had repeatedly offered to help with the case. A senior Italian legal source told Reuters the tutor had told magistrates Regeni had picked his own research subject.
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