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US Urges Reconciliation in Egypt, Considers Aid Optionsi
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July 09, 2013 2:08 AM
The United States has condemned violence in Egypt, urging the military to use maximum restraint, and urging Egyptians to come together to overcome divisions. As VOA Senior White House Correspondent Dan Robinson reports, President Obama is assessing the impact events may have on U.S. aid to Egypt.

US Urges Reconciliation in Egypt, Considers Aid Options

Published July 08, 2013

The United States has condemned violence in Egypt, urging the military to use maximum restraint, and urging Egyptians to come together to overcome divisions. As VOA Senior White House Correspondent Dan Robinson reports, President Obama is assessing the impact events may have on U.S. aid to Egypt.


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