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Right now -- Fox News alert now on new details about the in term -- in the wake of massive rallies by senior Islamist leaders in Cairo.
After this -- ousting of president Mohamed Morsi.
By the Egyptian military streaming live in Cairo was kind of -- -- an update now -- hello.
Hello -- Mohamed Morsi remains under house arrest and his supporters are continually protesting demanding his release but.
Egypt is really turning back to the -- it wise it is sort of back in its normal course but that is to say that -- country still has deep economic and political problems but it's no longer at a standstill because of the daily protests now the transitional government is beginning to take shape and it expects have a full cabinet in this next few days or so and elections are also expected to be held in the next six months or so.
For jump starting the economy is really the big issue in the big challenge here.
Egypt announcing today it will not.
Continue negotiating alone with the IMF instead -- -- -- pass from Arab countries like Saudi Arabia Kuwait in the UAE which it pledged billions of dollars and aids.
Also William Burns the US deputy secretary of state arrived today in the town he's meeting with.
Top Egyptian officials about the transition to democracy also discuss the more than one billion dollars in aid.
The US gives to the Egyptian military the government here now despite the military to the US appears unlikely to cut off aid.
To Egypt -- it appears that the US really wants to see a quick transition to democracy is opposed to cutting off the -- to the military as is required by US law.
They'll clear there are more headlines in that country in the coming days and weeks perhaps after that.
-- -- thanks live in Cairo Egypt with that.
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