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It turns out a lot of women are just fine parroting the patriarchal norms about sexual harassment in Egypt.
With the Egyptian population rising sharply, the nation’s resources are struggling to meet demand.
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With visitors deterred by security warnings, this ecolodge has been pushed even further off the beaten track.
Aden had the world’s second-busiest port before the Suez Canal was abruptly closed.
- Fast Forward
Water from the Nile, which birthed one of the world’s first civilizations, is no longer reaching Egypt’s rice farmers, leaving millions at risk of impoverishment.
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