Investor's Business Daily
November 2014
Investors Business Daily;11/18/2014, pA02
EGYPT: The gov't will double the span of a security buffer zone separating Egypt's border and the Gaza Strip, Reuters reported. The decision came after the discovery of tunnels 800 meters to 1,000 meters long used to smuggle arms from Gaza to militants in Sinai.


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