Transition could weaken U.S. anti-terror efforts

 

By Mimi Hall and Richard Wolf, USA TODAY

WASHINGTON — Egypt’s role in aiding U.S. counterterrorism efforts across the Middle East — through intelligence assistance, interrogation tactics and more — could be diminished after a new government takes hold in Cairo, intelligence experts say.

  • President Obama listens to Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak on Sept. 1 in Washington. Experts say a post-Mubarak government could be less of a partner in the U.S. war on terror. 

    By Charles Dharapak, AP

    President Obama listens to Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak on Sept. 1 in Washington. Experts say a post-Mubarak government could be less of a partner in the U.S. war on terror.

By Charles Dharapak, AP

President Obama listens to Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak on Sept. 1 in Washington. Experts say a post-Mubarak government could be less of a partner in the U.S. war on terror. Continue reading