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** FILE ** Former Egyptian Tourism Minister Zuheir Garana (right) and steel tycoon and prominent ruling party leader Ahmed Ezz, wearing white prison uniforms, sit in a metal cage as they appear in criminal court in Cairo on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011. The court has convicted Garana of corruption for allowing two businessmen to illegally acquire state land and has sentenced him to five years in prison. (AP Photo, File)
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** FILE ** Former Egyptian Tourism Minister Zuheir Garana (right) and steel tycoon and prominent ruling party leader Ahmed Ezz, wearing white prison uniforms, sit in a metal cage as they appear in criminal court in Cairo on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011. The court has convicted Garana of corruption for allowing two businessmen to illegally acquire state land and has sentenced him to five years in prison. (AP Photo, File)

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