European Union foreign policy chief, Baroness Ashton, has said the EU governments have agreed to review the assistance given to Egypt, in light of the recent bloodshed in the country.
She added that the most vulnerable would continue to receive help. Her comments follow an emergency meeting of the EU Foreign Affairs Council.
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