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A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
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Participants drive thier cars during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
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A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018
Reuters
A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
Reuters
Winners celebrate at Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
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A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
Reuters
A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
Reuters
A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018
Reuters
A participant drives his car during the Misr Italia Rally 2018 in Egypt's new administrative capital, located north of the current capital Cairo, November 16, 2018. Picture taken November 16, 2018.
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