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    • Jasper
    • 06.09.12 | 16:11 (IDT)

    ... that the Eritreans have spent a lot of time walking in Egypt, about 800 miles, without apparent harm. The claim that a little more walking in Egypt would be dangerous doesn't make a lot of sense.

    from the article: Israel's High Court delays decision on African migrants trapped on border
    First published 14:11 06.09.12 | Last updated 14:11 06.09.12
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