Egypt's tourism industry hit by crisis

Many depending on tourism struggle since revolution as ongoing turmoil has made situation worse.

    Egypt's crisis is damaging one of its main industries, tourism.

    Before the 2011 revolution, it accounted for around 11 percent of the economy.

    Many who depended on tourism jobs are now struggling.

    Al Jazeera’s  Jane Fergusson reports from the capital Cairo.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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