Egypt Travel Ban Lifted, US NGO Workers Leave
Voice of America
March 01, 2012 Egypt Travel Ban Lifted, US NGO Workers Leave Scott Stearns | State Department US pro-democracy activists charged with encouraging unrest in Egypt have left Cairo after courts there lifted a travel ban against them.
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Mideast Egypt lifts travel ban on US NGO workers
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Egypt has lifted the travel ban on 43 NGO workers -- including seven US citizens who work for the pro-democracy organizations the National Democratic Institute and the International Republican Institute -- accused of using illegal international funding ...
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