The US government has threatened to withdraw US$1.55 billion in aid to Egypt in response to the Military Council’s crackdown on human rights and pro-democracy workers. The Egyptian security forces arrested a total of 44 people including 19 Americans, Egyptians and other foreign nationals in a move aimed at eliminating foreign threats to Egypt’s security.

AMERICAN-EGYPTIAN relations hit a new low when the Egyptian security forces raided the offices of 17 high profile human rights and pro-democracy organisations - including ones funded by the US government and other foreign nationals.

The Public Prosecutor decided on February 27, 2012, to put 44 people, including 19 American...

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 Bernard Siman
The Public Prosecutor decided on February 27, 2012, to put 44 people, including 19 Americans, on trial in Cairo and has imposed a travel ban on them all. But the US government has retaliated by threatening to withdraw US$1.55 billion in funding
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