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Egyptians Hold Funerals, Sides Remain Defianti
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August 16, 2013 11:45 AM
Egyptians are mourning the victims of Wednesday's violence with both sides blaming each other for the escalation of violence in the wake of President Mohamed Morsi's July 3 ouster. The United States and other countries have condemned the violence, but Washington has stopped short of cutting U.S. military ties with Cairo. Zlatica Hoke reports.

Egyptians Hold Funerals, Sides Remain Defiant

Published August 16, 2013

Egyptians are mourning the victims of Wednesday's violence with both sides blaming each other for the escalation of violence in the wake of President Mohamed Morsi's July 3 ouster. The United States and other countries have condemned the violence, but Washington has stopped short of cutting U.S. military ties with Cairo. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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