Ending Egypt's currency black market brings new challenges

Egyptian antiquities officials uncover the wooden coffin of an Egyptian woman named "Shesp-m-tay-s.her" whose title is "lady of the house", circa 664-111 B.C., during its repatriation, along with 123 artifacts, being returned from Washington, USA, at Cairo International Airport Friday, April 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)





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