Middle East

John Kerry to visit Egypt on Saturday

Secretary of state travels to Cairo amidst growing criticism of US policy in Egypt.
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2013 02:48

On Saturday, US secretary of state John Kerry will be in Egypt. The country is a long-time ally of Washington and a crucial component of US foreign policy.

But as Rawya Rageh reports, many in Egypt's opposition are becoming increasingly critical of America's role.


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