Killing of tourists highlights Egypt-U.S. tension over aid

Aired: 9/15/2015 | 0:04:54 | Clip
On Sunday, 12 tourists were accidentally killed by Egyptian government forces, who mistook the group for Islamist militants and fired on them with an Apache helicopter. Jeffrey Brown speaks to Michele Dunne of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace about the military aid Egypt receives from the United States and the tension over how it has been used.