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  • "It says that England are certain to play in the matches of the first period of the tournament - I think that we can all agree on that," Home Office Minister John Taylor told the House of Lords, citing his department's findings.

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  • "The clarity of the images is advancing very rapidly," Taylor said. "As the technology advances, we have hopes that we may be able to read even hieroglyphic inscriptions on objects inside mummies."

    New technology unwraps mummies' ancient mysteries →

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