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Egypt's tourism twilight zone

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Visitor numbers to Egypt have dropped by 60% following the Arab Spring revolution and, with 10% of the country's income coming from tourism, it does not bode well for the future of the country.

Kevin Connolly reports on whether the revolution is the only problem facing Egypt.


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