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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Samer Majali
The U.S. Embassy in Egypt on Sunday recommended that Americans leave the country as soon as possible, while other nations urged their nationals to avoid traveling to Cairo as days of protests descended into chaos, with looters roaming the streets and travelers stranded in the airport.
Gulf Air Chief Executive Samer Majali said the carrier is in touch with officials in both Egypt and Bahrain and is prepared to put additional measures in place if necessary.
"As the national airline of the kingdom of Bahrain, it is our responsibility to ensure our Bahraini nationals are brought back home," Mr. Majali said in a statement.