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U.N. soldiers escort U.N. staff based in Egypt after they arrive in Cyprus' Larnaca airport, Thursday, Feb. 3 2011. The United Nations is evacuating its 350 Egypt-based staff members to the east Mediterranean island due to security concerns. Around 150 U.N. staff and their dependents arrived aboard a U.N. chartered flight from Cairo on Thursday. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
Photo by: Petros Karadjias
U.N. soldiers escort U.N. staff based in Egypt after they arrive in Cyprus' Larnaca airport, Thursday, Feb. 3 2011. The United Nations is evacuating its 350 Egypt-based staff members to the east Mediterranean island due to security concerns. Around 150 U.N. staff and their dependents arrived aboard a U.N. chartered flight from Cairo on Thursday. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

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