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February 5, 2012 1:34 PM

Egypt files criminal charges against NGO workers, including 19 Americans

Egyptian investigators filed criminal charges Sunday against at least 40 international civil society workers, reportedly including the son of a U.S. Cabinet secretary, in a controversial case that could cost the ruling generals millions of dollars in U.S. aid.

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