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African journalists tell stories of the Nile in Cairo exhibition

By Reuters
10 July 2022   |   2:28 pm
'Everyday Nile' is an initiative that brings together photographers, journalists and researchers from different Nile basin countries to tell the stories of their communities with the Nile.

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