CANBERRA, Australia — Kevin Rudd sworn in as Australian prime minister 3 years after his ouster .
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Egypt's government on Sunday defended its decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia at an appeals court hearing after the move was struck down by a lower court last week.
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Kuwait says it will offer Egypt an aid package worth $4 billion, becoming the latest Gulf state to send a financial lifeline to the new government in Cairo following a coup there.