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AFCON-2017: Fans celebrate Egypt’s entry into Cup final

By AFP
02 February 2017   |   8:20 am
Egyptian fans in Cairo celebrate The Pharaohs's victory over Burkina Faso in Libreville, won 4-3 on penalties, securing their place in the Africa Cup of Nations final.

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