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Common Threats Keep Egypt, US Relations Goingi
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October 11, 2013 7:14 PM
Relations between Egypt and the United States have hit a new low after Washington announced a cut in military aid to its once key Arab ally. But, as VOA's Elizabeth Arrott in Cairo reports, common threats may keep the alliance on track.

Common Threats Keep Egypt, US Relations Going

Published October 11, 2013

Relations between Egypt and the United States have hit a new low after Washington announced a cut in military aid to its once key Arab ally. But, as VOA's Elizabeth Arrott in Cairo reports, common threats may keep the alliance on track.


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