Egyptians feel the pinch

With the country in turmoil, economy has taken a hit and ordinary citizens are facing hardships.

    The ongoing turmoil in Egypt has prompted more than 160,000 tourists to flee the country. Many businesses have also been shut for days.

    As one Al Jazeera correspondent in Cairo reports, ordinary Egyptians are now feeling the pinch.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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