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Egypt: Noise Pollution

You know, somehow we have that in our heritage, we are noisy when we are happy and noisy when we are sad, historically, in a marriage they used drums and in funerals they used special purpose women used to weep on the dead with high voices, Maged Shafie said describing noise pollution in Cairo, Egypt.

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