Global Week in Review: Egypt Tells U.S. to Use 'Restraint' on Protesters

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Egypt Tells U.S. to Use ‘Restraint’ on Protesters

In an unusual move, Egypt has called out the U.S. government and urged authorities to use “restraint” in dealing with protesters in Ferguson and racial tensions that have risen since the killing of Michael Brown on Aug. 9. The Egyptian Foreign Ministry said it was closely following the unrest.  

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