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Egypt,

Middle-Eastern country that is home to 66.5 million people.
Egyptian splenomegaly - massive enlargement of the spleen caused by Schistosoma mansoni; often found in rural areas of Egypt.
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In other words, it shored up Britain's dominant position by providing a bulwark against any ideas of Egyptian nationalist expansionism within the Sudan.
However, following nominal independence in 1922, many male Egyptian nationalists effectively abandoned women campaigners who had showed them so much loyalty.
Lawyers, technocrats and intellectuals, led not by the younger generation but by much older, secular, highly educated lawyers, who were students during the post war, anti-colonial, Egyptian nationalist movement, are leading the fast growing Egypt Mother Party (EMP).
Mohammed ElBaradei," said the statement, "the outgoing director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for his proclamation that he might run for Egypt's presidency in 2011 and in which he reiterated the consensus among Egyptian nationalist forces on the necessity of political reforms.
Egyptian nationalists simply missed opportunities of aligning their economic future with that of their Sudanese brethren, resulting in a divided Nile valley.
Having lost parliament to Islamist forces that hijacked a revolution, in which they didn't participate until the last days, the liberals and Egyptian nationalists demanded a new president committed to democracy.
Then at the end of 1918 Anzacs were involved in the 'massacre of Surafend' near present-day Tel Aviv and in March 1919 attacks on Egyptian nationalists at Shoubra near Cairo.
This beginning injects the text with the anxiety of her class about the double-edgedness of its role as cautious collaborators with the British on one hand and ardent Egyptian nationalists on the other, an uneasy duality not directly acknowledged.
The incident was used by Egyptian nationalists to highlight the oppression of British colonialism against Egyptians.
Cairo was criticised by the Israelis and by secular Egyptian nationalists, as giving in to emotional blackmail by the Arab media and calls from Islamists to help Gazans "under siege".
We hope God will enlighten those minds, those people who say this is the root of treason, because we are Egyptian nationalists who have sacrificed many things for our homeland.

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