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Fuel aid halt suggests deeper Saudi-Egyptian rift

CAIRO (Reuters) - A halt to shipments of Saudi fuel to Egypt under a $23 billion aid deal shows that a rift between the Arab world's richest country and its most populous may be deeper than previously thought, which could leave Egypt desperate for a new sponsor.
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