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Egypt banned on Wednesday statues in squares that do not have prior approval from the authorities after public outrage over controversial and unattractive sculptures across the country.The controversial statue of a soldier hugging a woman from behind in Sohag's town of Balyana was the latest in a series of statues that have become a laughing stock on social media.According to a 2013 UN study, 99.3 percent of Egyptian women have experienced at least one form of sexual harassment, and 82.6 percent said they did not feel safe in the street.
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