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December 4th, 2015
Episode 1133 of 1302 episodes
The Sinai, this crucial land bridge connecting Asia and Africa, has become a haven for transnational crime, fostering arms trafficking, smuggling through the tunnels into Gaza, and Islamic militancy. Courageous Egyptian journalist Mohannad Sabri gives us an inside look at the current situation, both in the Sinai and in Egypt as a whole.