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U.S. Approves $200 Million in Arms Sales to Egypt Amid Human Rights Concerns

HeadlineFeb 18, 2021

The U.S. has approved nearly $200 million in arms sales to Egypt despite ongoing human rights abuses. This comes as Egyptian American activist Mohamed Soltan said Tuesday Egyptian authorities raided the homes of his family members, taking some into detention.

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