Egypt welcomes U.S. remarks on Mursi; food stocks dwindle

CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt’s interim rulers welcomed on Thursday remarks from the U.S. State Department describing the rule of toppled leader Mohamed Mursi as undemocratic, read in Cairo as a signal that Washington will not cut off its $1.5 billion in annual aid.

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