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Egypt-US NGOs row

03-01-2012 09:45 BJT

The Egyptian general prosecutor denied Wednesday reports of lifting the travel ban on the U.S. defendants in the illegal U.S.-funded NGO case, local media reported. Full Story>>

Egyptian policemen sit in front of Egyptian employees of several pro-democracy
groups charged with using foreign funds to foment unrest during their trial in
Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. Egypt went forward with a trial Sunday that
has plunged relations with the U.S. into the deepest crisis in decades,
prosecuting 16 Americans and 27 other employees of pro-democracy groups.

Egyptian policemen sit in front of Egyptian employees of several pro-democracy
groups charged with using foreign funds to foment unrest during their trial in
Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. Egypt went forward with a trial Sunday that
has plunged relations with the U.S. into the deepest crisis in decades,
prosecuting 16 Americans and 27 other employees of pro-democracy groups.

Egyptian protesters chant anti-military ruling slogans during a trial of employees of
pro-democracy groups charged with using foreign funds to foment unrest in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012. Egypt went forward with a trial Sunday that has plunged
relations with the U.S. into the deepest crisis in decades, prosecuting 16 Americans
and 27 other employees of pro-democracy groups.

 

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