Egypt reopens ancient tombs following 10-year renovation

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Two ancient Egyptian tombs have been reopened following a 10-year renovation costing an estimated $2m.

Officials say the economic climate in Egypt is hampering efforts to reopen more revamped tombs - as the country struggles to revive its flagging tourism industry following the overthrow of former President Hosni Mubarak last year.

James Kelly reports.

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