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After the U.S. hinted at the possibility of changing plans for providing military aid to Egypt, the newly revolutionized North African nation pledged Friday to put an end to the recent raids on nongovernmental organizations that made headlines the day before.

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National law gives the executive authorities overly broad discretion to forbid groups to do anything that authorities might see as "threatening national unity" or "violating public order or morals,” vague terminology that lays the law open to abuse and has served as a basis for the denial of registration to some NGOs.With a raised fist, 2011 staggers bleeding and shouting to a close in Egypt.

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