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The Institute Of Egypt In Cairo Gets Some Of Its Books Back

Posted at 8:20AM Wednesday 14 Nov 2012

One casualty of the Arab Spring, the Institute of Egypt in Cairo, which caught fire last December during the protests in Tahrir Square, and which, Egyptian news sources report, the military let burn while protesters attempted to salvage books, is now receiving a donation of books that may mark a step towards the renewal and reconstruction of the Institute.

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