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Egypt Red Sea roads reopen

Hurghada accessible as improving weather conditions sees roads reopen

MENA, Friday 31 Dec 2010
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Roads to and from Hurghada opened today as weather conditions in Egypt improve.

“Roads linking the governorate with the cities with Minya, Suez and Qena are currently working after the remaining two roads were reopened today,” Saeed Gaber, secretary general of the Red Sea governorate told MENA.

The roads had been closed for the past 48 hours because of flooding and dangerous weather conditions.  



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