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Egyptian Resort Empties After Explosions

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As rescue workers wrap up their efforts at the site of a resort bombing that killed dozens of Israelis in Egypt, hotel and vacation businesses in the area try to adjust to safety concerns. The Egyptian resort town of Taba, on the Red Sea, had become a popular destination for Israelis. Hear NPR's Julie McCarthy.

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