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Egyptian Ambassador: Crackdown 'Wasn't to Use Massive Force'

  • Aired: 08/19/2013
  • 08:46
  • Rating: NR
Mohamed Tawfik, Egypt's ambassador to the U.S., says he believes "one Egyptian dead is too many," but that it is up to the Muslim Brotherhood not to use weapons. In an exclusive interview, Tawfik joins Judy Woodruff to discuss events of the past week and the future of $1.3 billion in annual aid the U.S. provides to Egypt.
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