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Since the days of the Pharoahs, the Nile has been the thriving hub of Egyptian life and culture. But due to global warming the tides are turning - and rising.
For over 27 years President Mubarak has ruled with an iron fist. With protests and strikes forbidden, activists are finding new ways to fight for democracy. Through Facebook, protestors can now find a voice.
With the price of staple foods soaring in the past year, riots are breaking out over the food crisis. Price increases on wheat are hitting poor Egyptians especially hard, as many rely on subsidised bread.
Despite an international ban, the trade in endangered animals to the Middle East is flourishing. This exclusive report tracks the dealers, buyers and government officials who protect them.