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The Biden administration is set to reject $ 130 million in military aid to Egypt, U.S. officials say

Washington (Reuters)-The Biden administration will refuse $ 130 million in military aid to Egypt over human rights issues, even though U.S. State Department officials fell short of rights expectations on Friday. The group mentioned in the rare punishment of major allies. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced in September Said. Assistance will be withheld if Egypt does not address certain human rights-related conditions set by Washington. Activists say it includes the release of certain individuals who are considered political prisoners.