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Nuland said it appeared Egypt's crackdown on pro-democracy NGOs was driven by "Mubarak hold-overs who don't understand how these organizations operate in a democratic society."
"Batman & Robin" became the 11th title to join the blockbuster club at the overseas box office, swooping in with a cume of $102.6 million after OK hold-overs in Japan, South Korea and New Zealand.
But that was good enough only for fourth place behind two hold-overs: "Fast & Furious 6'' and Lionsgate's "Now You See Me." The illusionist heist film held strong, earning $19.5 million over the weekend, bringing its cumulative haul to $61.4 million.