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On August 15, French President François Hollande summoned the Ambassador of Egypt to France, Nasser Kamel. Mr. Hollande told his "absolute concern about the tragic events which have been taking place in Egypt since yesterday (August 14)."(1) Also, the French leader has "resolutely condemned the bloodshed" and "demanded an immediate halt to repression." Minutes later, the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy issued similar statements condemning the Egyptian government's decision to use force against the demonstrations and sit-ins organized by the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in Cairo and elsewhere in the country...
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