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 was ready to “accept the demands of the people”.
The negotiations would be the first ever to be held between the government and the officially banned Brotherhood.
Meanwhile banks are opening for the first time in a week, amid fears many Egyptians want to withdraw savings.
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