U.S. Condemns Violence in Egypt, Earnest Says

Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Deputy White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest talks about the Obama administration's call for Egyptian security forces to excercise restraint in dealing with protesters and opposition to the return to emergency law in Egypt. The Egyptian government's declaration of a state of emergency and the storming of camps of protesters that left scores dead will “only make it more difficult” to move toward reconciliation in the country, Earnest said at the daily White House news briefing. (Source: Bloomberg)

What Are the Chances of a Eurogroup Deal on Greece?
32:52 - Athens Chamber of Commerce President Constantine Michalos and Standard Chartered Bank Chief Economist Marios Maratheftis discuss the ongoing second review of Greece’s third bailout. They speak with Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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