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‘‘ EGYPT IS RICH. There is a cancer in Egypt which is called ABUSE OF POWER. Every time i see the Egyptian Embassy in London. I feel depressed. 1st The Egyptian Embassy compound is in very expensive area in London . IT is worth One Billion English £, many countries have their own.......’’
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