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VIDEO: Cairo's tuk-tuk drivers defiant despite ban

Egyptian officials have recently banned tuk-tuks from several Cairo neighourhoods, with violators fined LE1,500.
In recent years thousands of mostly young men have become tuk-tuk drivers, a form of informal employment which provides an income to those who can't find permant jobs. 
Egypt's official unemployment figures currently stand at around 13 percent.
Video by Randa Ali.
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