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FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2011 file photo, from left, Johnny Mullet, Lester Mullet, Daniel Mullet, Levi Miller and Eli Miller wait to make their pleas in Holmes County Municipal Court in Millersburg, Ohio, in the case involving beard- and hair-cutting attacks against Amish men and women in Ohio. Sam Mullet Sr. and 15 other Amish men and women are to go on trial Monday, Aug. 27, 2012, in Cleveland on charges of carrying out hate crimes in the hair-cutting attacks. Other charges include conspiracy, evidence tampering and obstruction of justice in what prosecutors say crimes motivated by religious differences. They could face lengthy prison terms if convicted.(AP Photo/The Daily Record, Mike Schenck, File)
NEW YORK: What do the presidents of Egypt and Iran, two countries across the Sunni-Shiite chasm in the Middle East, have in common? A lot, it turns out, including preoccupation with their internal stability and hunger for economic growth.