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Egyptian PM Says U.S. Aid Suspension Would Be a 'Bad Sign'

Hazem el-Beblawi tells ABC News' Martha Raddatz that he does not fear a civil war will occur.
14:08 | 08/20/2013

Transcript for Egyptian PM Says U.S. Aid Suspension Would Be a 'Bad Sign'

This is a special report from ABC. Hello everyone I'm Devin Dwyer in New York with this ABC news digital special reports Egypt on edge the military today arrested the spiritual leader of the Muslim... See More
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