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US to Revamp Military Aid to North Africa

The United States wants to revise its military aid for North Africa, based on which countries are working hardest to eradicate terrorism, a U.S. State Department official said Tuesday. In outlining U.S. policy goals, William Jordan, head of the State Department’s North Africa bureau, also welcomed Islamist parties in Arab politics, as long as they play by democratic rules. U.S. military aid to North Africa is just one sign of the improving relations between Washington and the region since the Sept. 11 terror attacks. U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld sought to encourage more cooperation on fighting terrorism and Islamic extremism during a visit to the region earlier this month. Full Story

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