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Egypt to Spend $32M Upgrading Tourist Resort Security

Egypt's tourism minister says the government will spend $32 million to upgrade security in two Red Sea resorts popular with foreign tourists. In a Thursday statement, Hisham Zaazou said the plan would expand the use of security cameras, scanning and detection equipment and sniffer dogs in Sharm el-Sheikh and Hurghada. He says additional security personnel will be deployed.   News of the upgrade follows two attacks this month targeting hotels frequented by foreign tourists in...

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