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New Israeli ambassador arrives in Cairo months after embassy was ransacked


Israel’s new ambassador to Egypt has arrived in Cairo three months after rioters ransacked the Israeli embassy there. His predecessor left after protesters tore down a security wall around the building housing the Israeli embassy, then stormed and trashed its offices in September. The assault followed the killing of six Egyptian soldiers by Israeli troops who were pursuing Palestinian militants near the Egyptian border.

The Guardian, United Kingdom

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