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Senate bill would allow US to resume Egypt aid

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate panel approved a bill Wednesday that would allow the United States to resume its full $1.6 billion aid relationship with Egypt by granting President Barack Obama the power to waive a federal law based on national security. Wider congressional support for the measure is unclear. The legislation passed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee seeks to address one of...

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