Court rulings tip Egypt's transition into turmoil

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CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's supreme court ruled on Thursday to dissolve the Islamist-led parliament, plunging a troubled transition to democracy into turmoil just two days before an election to replace ousted leader Hosni Mubarak. Islamist politicians who had gained most from Mubarak's overthrow decried what they called a "coup" by an army-led establishment still stuffed with Mubarak-era officials. They said the street movement that spurred last year's popular uprising would not let it pass. ...