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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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Remarkably, though, despite continuing tensions in the region, the treaty between Egypt and Israel has held, and Israel signed a peace treaty with Jordan in 1994.
In Egypt and elsewhere, we need to identify constraints facing rural women that prevent them from adopting these protective behaviors.
Amazingly, it has no significant tributaries in Egypt. North of Cairo, the Nile Delta is 160 kilometres long and 240 kilometres wide.
Egypt was probably the only source of emerald and other green beryl for the ancient civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean region.
A main issue in Egypt if we want to measure its degree of polyarchy is the level of contestation.
Egypt -- where dead kings knew more material comforts than
Progress was hindered in 1998, when Egypt's key sources of foreign exchange suffered external shocks.
(Moses, born a Hebrew but raised as a prince of Egypt, believed Rameses, heir to Egypt's throne, was his older brother.) In The Prince of Egypt, the story of Yahweh sending Moses to set the Hebrews free of their Egyptian taskmasters forms the backdrop of a more personal, psychological tale about two brothers who grow up to be deadly foes.
Egypt's text was published in 1982 in a booklet entitled Sterling A.
were discovered in northern Egypt. The scanning electron micrograph shows one of the micron-scale grains.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel had announced that the resumption of the programme depended on the release of German employees in German institutions in Egypt. Indeed, the programme has been resumed but it is a very complex process, and there must be agreements and procedures that will take some time to pass, Luy explained.
Al Sager said: "The rebranding of NBK's subsidiary in Egypt comes in tandem with the bank's strategy to strengthen its presence in Egypt and reflects our increasing confidence in the Egyptian economy.