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CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian pro-democracy campaigners called for a new uprising on Sunday, enraged that a court had spared former leader Hosni Mubarak his life over the killing of protesters during the street revolt that ended his three-decade rule.

Separately, Egypt planned to sell $496 million of treasury bills on Sunday, Bloomberg Businessweek reported.
The planned sale of debt will be split one-third in three-month and two-thirds in nine-month maturities. The yields at last week’s auction were 14.388% for the three-month debt and 15.825% for the nine-month issue, the news service reported.