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Coronavirus: 'Stay safe' beamed on Egypt's Great Pyramid

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Egypt's Great Pyramid is emblazoned with messages of solidarity with those battling the coronavirus the world over on Monday evening. "Stay safe", "Stay at home" and "Thank you to those keeping us safe," flashed in blue and green lights across the towering structure at the Giza plateau, southwest of the capital Cairo.

Added on the 31/03/2020 05:01:46 - Copyright : AFP EN

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