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Egypt debates future of its tourism industry

By: Kathryn STAPLEY | Sonia DRIDI
1 min

Almost one year after former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was ousted from power, violent protests and unrest are scaring tourists away. The final results of Egypt’s first post-revolution election could see Islamists playing a big role in the country’s new Parliament. Many in Egypt are concerned they may further damage the tourism industry which has suffered a heavy loss in revenues. Kathryn Stapley and Sonia Dridi went to find out more.

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