Press: Murder in Cairo

Who killed David Holden ?

It promised to be a big story, and David Holden, 53, the London Sunday Times's distinguished chief foreign correspondent, interrupted a leave of absence to be on the scene. With the Egyptian-Israeli peace talks still eight days off, he flew into Cairo from Jordan on the night of Dec. 6. He had his passport stamped, cashed $200 in traveler's checks and strode out of the airport. About eight hours later Holden's body was found beside a road near the airport, his pockets empty, the labels ripped off his tailor-made suit and a single bullet hole in his...

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