Egyptian Pres / French / Rafale

It only encourages Egyptian Pres Sisi's ruthless repression for the French government to keep selling his military the latest weapons (pocketing the profits) while pretending this somehow advances the fight against terrorism -- 30 Rafale jets at $4.5B.

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