PMO: Netanyahu to make statement on Cairo embassy storming

By REUTERS
September 10, 2011 16:47

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will make a statement at 8.30 pm (1730 GMT) on Saturday about the storming of Israel's Cairo embassy by Egyptian protesters, his office said.

It said Netanyahu would discuss the rescue of six Israeli guards from the besieged mission by Egyptian commandos. The guards, as well as some 80 other diplomats and their families, were evacuated to Israel overnight.

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