War & Conflict Breaking News: 7 People Die, Hundreds are Injured as Islamists Clash With Cairo Police

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Violence broke out as Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns arrived in Cairo at a time when both sides of Egypt's crisis have exhibited strong anti-American sentiment. The military announced that many Air Force combat aircrafts that have been grounded since April because of budget cuts will soon begin flying again. Senior commanders in the militant Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, a group considered close to al-Qaeda, said they were sending fighters on the request of their ?Arab friends.? Under a condition of anonymity, a commander said "When our Muslim brothers sought our help, we sent hundreds of fighters to fight alongside their Arab friends. We will soon issue videos of our fighters winning goods and properties of the enemy in Syria,? he added.

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