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August 15th, 2013
05:53 PM ET

U.S. continues aid as hundreds die in Egypt

Brooke talks to CNN’s John King, Arwa Damon and Civil Rights Attorney Sahar Aziz about the crisis in Egypt. Listen to here more about the U.S. aid program coming under review and the cancellation of joint military exercises.

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  1. rosie

    Dear President Obama,

    Please stop the U.S. aid to Egypt. You don't want blood on your hands. Spend that money instead for our American people who need help at this very critical times. The obvious is too obvious. Cancelling the joint military exercises has no important impact on the present crisis. But stopping the aid will. Thank you. A concerned American Citizen.

    August 16, 2013 at 1:31 am |
  2. Sabry Balboul

    Dear President Obama,

    Dear President Obama,

    Please stop supporting the coup in Egypt and put back Morsi with a condition to have new presidential elections in 2 months from the day of his return. Doing this will stop all violence and solve the problem.

    Thank you

    Sabry
    Cluster Director of Engineering for Hilton Hotels, UAE
    Crying for whom are killed, grilled and shoot in Rabaa.

    August 16, 2013 at 10:20 am |
  3. hananelyan

    why we have to support a terrorist group , i don't understand ( hitler ) was democracy elected , this people r terrorist group all over the world and American support then , i i thought american fighting terrorist .
    Egypt and her army so strong we will not allow those group ( morsi and hamas and their terrorist supporter to take oven Egypt ,got of our back. who benefits from all this lies that was a cope r you people blind all the million of Egyptian on the 30jul and it is a coup , and cnn please be more professional and bring tow different opinion , this lady saher don't know nothing about Egypt she live all her live in USA

    August 16, 2013 at 3:10 pm |
  4. Pat

    Why isn't there more coverage of the destruction of Christian churches? If mosques were destroyed in riots in a Christian country, we'd hear all the details over and over again. Why aren't we hearing about the number of churches destroyed, whether people were killed or injured, whether the destruction occurred during services, etc? Are Christian churches less deserving of protection?

    August 17, 2013 at 8:51 pm |
  5. Nevine

    CNN your reporters are very bias and one sided. You are actually supporting a terrorist group. You call it a coup and totally ignore the millions of Egyptians who came out to the streets requesting the military to interfere to free Egypt from a dictator called Morsi and a terrorist group that is killing and torturing civilians.

    August 19, 2013 at 2:52 pm |

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