by Patrick Appel

ABC News reports:

The U.S. Embassy in Cairo says it is arranging to begin flying Americans out of Egypt on Monday. The announcement Sunday evening comes hours after the embassy advised Americans in Egypt to consider leaving as soon as possible. The statement said the State Department is making arrangements to provide those who want to leave with flights to "safehaven locations in Europe."

Earlier State Department travel advisory here. For Americans in Egypt who want to leave, the State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs official twitter is probably worth keeping an eye on.

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