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Education
 

Adjusted savings: education expenditure > % of GNI 4.41 % of GNI [67th of 168]
Children out of school, primary 219,515 [28th of 126]
Children out of school, primary (per capita) 3.022 per 1,000 people [76th of 150]
Children out of school, primary, female 161,464 [25th of 117]
Children out of school, primary, female (per capita) 2,222.729 per 1,000 people [67th of 147]
Children out of school, primary, male 58,051 [31st of 117]
Children out of school, primary, male (per capita) 799.136 per 1,000 people [92nd of 148]
Education enrolment by level > Primary level 7,874,308 [13th of 189]
Education enrolment by level > Primary level (per capita) 0.113 per capita [87th of 172]
Education enrolment by level > Secondary level 8,384,065 [13th of 171]
Education enrolment by level > Secondary level (per capita) 119.921 per 1,000 people [23rd of 159]
Education enrolment by level > Tertiary level 2,153,865 [15th of 150]
Education enrolment by level > Tertiary level (per capita) 30.808 per 1,000 people [47th of 146]
Education enrolment by level, percentage girls > Primary level 47.61% [130th of 179]
Education enrolment by level, percentage girls > Secondary level 47.3% [120th of 162]
Education enrolment by level, percentage girls > Tertiary level 41.52% [73rd of 126]
Education enrolment ratio, net, primary level 97% [46th of 160]
Education enrolment ratio, net, primary level > Men 100% [12th of 160]
Education enrolment ratio, net, primary level > Women 94% [70th of 160]
Education, percentage of pupils starting grade 1 reaching grade 5 94.5% [37th of 112]
Education, percentage of pupils starting grade 1 reaching grade 5 > Men 98.3% [15th of 101]
Education, percentage of pupils starting grade 1 reaching grade 5 > Women 99% [13th of 101]
Education, primary completion rate 98 [37th of 148]
Education, primary completion rate > Men 102 [20th of 145]
Education, primary completion rate > Women 93 [60th of 145]
Geographical aptitude results 71.135 [86th of 191]
Girls to boys ratio, primary level enrolment 0.94 [113rd of 183]
Girls to boys ratio, secondary level enrolment 0.92 [105th of 172]
Girls to boys ratio, tertiary level enrolment 0.55 [74th of 139]
Gross intake rate in grade 1, female > % of relevant age group 98.88 % [87th of 156]
Gross intake rate in grade 1, male > % of relevant age group 99.49 % [93rd of 156]
Gross intake rate in grade 1, total > % of relevant age group 99.19 % [93rd of 157]
Hours of instruction for pupils aged 10 1,053 hours [5th of 38]
Hours of instruction for pupils aged 11 1,026 hours [5th of 38]
Hours of instruction for pupils aged 12 1,026 hours [9th of 38]
Hours of instruction for pupils aged 13 0 hours [38th of 38]
Hours of instruction for pupils aged 9 1,026 hours [6th of 38]
Illiteracy rates by sex, aged 15+ 42.3% [24th of 138]
Illiteracy rates by sex, aged 15+ > Men 31.7% [23rd of 138]
Illiteracy rates by sex, aged 15+ > Women 53.1% [23rd of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ 20,164,600 [7th of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ (per capita) 282.943 per 1,000 people [16th of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ > Men 7,605,900 [7th of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ > Men (per capita) 106.723 per 1,000 people [17th of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ > Women 12,571,600 [6th of 138]
Illiterate population by sex, aged 15+ > Women (per capita) 176.4 per 1,000 people [20th of 138]
Library books 1,001,200 [47th of 81]
Library books (per capita) 12.9177 per 1,000 people [67th of 81]
Library employees 558 [11th of 68]
Library employees (per capita) 0.00719944 per 1,000 people [56th of 68]
Library members 456,000 [8th of 68]
Library members (per capita) 5.88342 per 1,000 people [29th of 68]
Literacy > Definition
age 15 and over can read and write
Literacy > Female 59.4% [4th of 157]
Literacy > Male 83% [4th of 156]
Literacy > Total population 71.4% [4th of 160]
Literacy rate, adult female > % of females ages 15 and above 59.36 % [89th of 121]
Literacy rate, adult male > % of males ages 15 and above 83.02 % [74th of 121]
Literacy rate, adult total > % of people ages 15 and above 71.41 % [82nd of 121]
Literacy rate, youth female > % of females ages 15-24 78.95 % [77th of 123]
Literacy rate, youth male > % of males ages 15-24 90.08 % [72nd of 123]
Literacy rate, youth total > % of people ages 15-24 84.93 % [75th of 123]
Literacy rates, aged 15-24 84.9% [7th of 138]
Literacy rates, aged 15-24 > Men 90.1% [7th of 138]
Literacy rates, aged 15-24 > Women 79% [7th of 138]
Net intake rate in grade 1 > % of official school-age population 91.72 % [7th of 95]
Net intake rate in grade 1, female > % of official school-age population 91.27 % [9th of 93]
Net intake rate in grade 1, male > % of official school-age population 92.16 % [7th of 93]
Persistence to grade 5, female > % of cohort 98.97 % [10th of 83]
Persistence to grade 5, male > % of cohort 98.26 % [15th of 83]
Persistence to grade 5, total > % of cohort 98.6 % [16th of 92]
Primary completion rate, female > % of relevant age group 92.77 % [72nd of 138]
Primary completion rate, male > % of relevant age group 96.4 % [51st of 138]
Primary completion rate, total > % of relevant age group 94.62 % [66th of 141]
Primary education, duration > years 6 years [52nd of 197]
Primary education, pupils 7,928,380 [11th of 176]
Primary education, pupils (per capita) 0.109 per capita [91st of 193]
Primary education, pupils > % female 47.87 % female [116th of 175]
Primary education, teachers 362,679 [11th of 159]
Primary education, teachers (per capita) 4.993 per 1,000 people [69th of 191]
Primary education, teachers > % female 55.04 % female [103rd of 153]
Primary school girls out of school 18% [51st of 99]
Progression to secondary school > % 86.08 % [70th of 123]
Progression to secondary school, female > % 89.42 % [60th of 118]
Progression to secondary school, male > % 83.16 % [69th of 118]
Proportion of 15 year-olds in secondary education 66% [31st of 37]
Proportion of 16 year-olds in secondary education 57% [31st of 37]
Proportion of 17 year olds in secondary education 30% [32nd of 37]
Proportion of 17 year olds in tertiary education 0% [36th of 37]
Proportion of 18 year olds in secondary education 0% [37th of 37]
Proportion of 18 year olds in tertiary education 0% [37th of 37]
Proportion of 19 year olds in secondary education 0% [37th of 37]
Proportion of 19 year olds in tertiary education 0% [37th of 37]
Proportion of 20 year olds in secondary education 0% [37th of 37]
Proportion of 20 year olds in tertiary education 0% [37th of 37]
Public spending on education, total > % of GDP 3.89 % [72nd of 136]
Pupil-teacher ratio, primary 21.86 [77th of 159]
Ratio of female to male enrollments in tertiary education 54.66 [74th of 137]
Ratio of female to male primary enrollment 95.73 [110th of 174]
Ratio of female to male secondary enrollment 93.77 [112nd of 162]
Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary education > % 78.99 % [74th of 157]
Ratio of young literate females to males > % ages 15-24 87.65 % [86th of 123]
Repetition rate, primary > % of total enrollment 3.98 % [70th of 128]
Repetition rate, primary, female > % of total enrollment 2.85 % [74th of 125]
Repetition rate, primary, male > % of total enrollment 5.01 % [65th of 125]
School enrollment, preprimary > % gross 14.37 % gross [118th of 159]
School enrollment, preprimary, female > % gross 13.97 % gross [114th of 153]
School enrollment, preprimary, male > % gross 14.75 % gross [114th of 153]
School enrollment, primary > % gross 100.7 % gross [99th of 176]
School enrollment, primary > % net 95.39 % net [40th of 139]
School enrollment, primary, female > % gross 98.46 % gross [110th of 174]
School enrollment, primary, female > % net 94.04 % net [49th of 137]
School enrollment, primary, male > % gross 102.85 % gross [91st of 174]
School enrollment, primary, male > % net 96.69 % net [33rd of 136]
School enrollment, primary, private > % of total primary 7.97 % [66th of 139]
School enrollment, secondary > % gross 87.07 % gross [72nd of 164]
School enrollment, secondary > % net 79.08 % net [46th of 121]
School enrollment, secondary, female > % gross 84.22 % gross [81st of 162]
School enrollment, secondary, female > % net 76.69 % net [56th of 119]
School enrollment, secondary, male > % gross 89.81 % gross [60th of 162]
School enrollment, secondary, male > % net 81.39 % net [36th of 119]
School enrollment, secondary, private > % of total secondary 5.49 % [81st of 124]
School enrollment, tertiary > % gross 32.58 % gross [55th of 141]
School enrollment, tertiary, female > % gross 11.12 % gross [56th of 137]
School enrollment, tertiary, male > % gross 20.34 % gross [40th of 137]
School life expectancy > Female 9.3 years [71st of 96]
School life expectancy > Male 11.2 years [61st of 97]
School life expectancy > Total 10.3 years [73rd of 110]
Schools connected to the Internet > % 66 % [17th of 39]
Scientific and technical journal articles 1,720 [38th of 175]
Scouting > Membership > Guiding introduced 1918
Scouting > Membership > Scouting introduced 1914
Secondary education, general pupils 5,804,507 [14th of 183]
Secondary education, general pupils (per capita) 0.08 per 1,000 people [56th of 196]
Secondary education, pupils 8,329,822 [10th of 166]
Secondary education, pupils (per capita) 0.115 per capita [24th of 185]
Secondary education, pupils > % female 47.39 % female [100th of 153]
Secondary education, teachers 487,709 [10th of 141]
Secondary education, teachers (per capita) 6.714 per 1,000 people [49th of 188]
Secondary education, teachers > % female 41.29 % female [97th of 131]
Secondary education, vocational pupils 2,525,315 [2nd of 163]
Secondary education, vocational pupils (per capita) 34.764 per 1,000 people [7th of 183]
Teaching weeks per year > Lower secondary 36 weeks per year [29th of 36]
Teaching weeks per year > Primary 36 weeks per year [30th of 36]
Trained teachers in primary education > % of total teachers 99.88 % [12th of 61]
Women to men parity index, as ratio of literacy rates, aged 15-24 0.88 [7th of 138]
World Organization of the Scout Movement > Members > Admits Boys/Girls both


SOURCES: World Development Indicators database; Source: UNESCO UIS Data | UNESCO Institute for Statistics; The Geography Zone; UNESCO Institute of Statistics; UNESCO Institute for Statistics; All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; Household survey data, net enrolment data from UNESCO, and data from UNICEF country offices; Wikipedia: Scouting ; Wikipedia: List of World Organization of the Scout Movement members

ALTERNATIVE NAMES: Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr

Health
 

% immunized 1-year-old children > DPT3 97 [45th of 187]
% immunized 1-year-old children > HepB3 97 [27th of 114]
% immunized 1-year-old children > Measles 97 [41st of 186]
% immunized 1-year-old children > Polio3 97 [48th of 187]
% immunized 1-year-old children > TB 98 [52nd of 153]
% immunized pregnant women tetanus 70 [16th of 54]
% of population using adequate sanitation facilities > Rural 96 [42nd of 140]
% of population using adequate sanitation facilities > Total 98 [41st of 144]
% of population using adequate sanitation facilities > Urban 100 [26th of 141]
% of population using improved drinking water sources > Rural 96 [34th of 146]
% of population using improved drinking water sources > Total 97 [39th of 150]
% of population using improved drinking water sources > Urban 99 [47th of 147]
% of routine EPI vaccines financed by government > Total 100 [7th of 133]
% under-fives with ARI -- 10 [46th of 79]
% under-fives with ARI taken to health provider 66 [22nd of 80]
Abortion law > National laws > Physical Health No
Adolescent fertility rate > births per 1,000 women ages 15-19 41.2 births [93rd of 184]
ARI treatment > % of children under 5 taken to a health provider 73.2 % [1st of 52]
Bird Flu (H5N1) > Recent animal cases
7 outbreaks of H5N1 have been reported on 18 Febuary. Information was recieved from the Ministry of Agriculture, Cairo. No additional information has yet been released.
Birth rate, crude > per 1,000 people 25.57 per 1,000 people [69th of 195]
Births attended by skilled health staff > % of total 74.2 % [10th of 76]
Births with health staff 61% [70th of 116]
Children Underweight Rate 3% [59th of 95]
Contraception 56% [36th of 89]
Contraceptive prevalence > % of women ages 15-49 59.2 % [4th of 57]
Dependency ratio per 100 65 [77th of 166]
Diarrhea treatment > % of children under 5 receiving oral rehydration and continued feeding 28.7 % [38th of 47]
Drinking water availability % 97% [39th of 147]
Drug access 80% [76th of 163]
expenditure per capita > current US$ 64 $ [117th of 186]
expenditure, private > % of GDP 3.72 % [31st of 187]
expenditure, public > % of GDP 2.18 % [137th of 187]
expenditure, total > % of GDP 5.9 % [98th of 187]
External resources for health > % of total expenditure on health 0.8 % [112nd of 141]
External resources for health as % of total expenditure on health 1.6% [95th of 179]
Fertility rate, total > births per woman 3.1 births per woman [67th of 194]
Healthy life expectancy at birth, years > Females 60.2 [111st of 186]
Healthy life expectancy at birth, years > Males 57.8 [101st of 186]
Healthy life expectancy at birth, years > Total population 59 [107th of 186]
HIV AIDS > Deaths 700 [67th of 102]
HIV AIDS > Deaths (per capita) 9.822 per million people [71st of 102]
HIV AIDS > People living with HIV AIDS 12,000 [83rd of 126]
HIV AIDS > People living with HIV AIDS (per capita) 0.175 per 1,000 people [119th of 126]
HIVAIDS > Adult prevalence rate 15-49 years, 0.1 [130th of 145]
Hospital beds > per 1,000 people 2.2 per 1,000 people [44th of 149]
Immunization, DPT > % of children ages 12-23 months 98 % [43rd of 190]
Immunization, measles > % of children ages 12-23 months 98 % [34th of 190]
Improved sanitation facilities > % of population with access 70 % [86th of 167]
Improved sanitation facilities, rural > % of rural population with access 58 % [81st of 167]
Improved sanitation facilities, urban > % of urban population with access 86 % [92nd of 173]
Improved water source > % of population with access 98 % [49th of 176]
Improved water source, rural > % of rural population with access 97 % [45th of 174]
Improved water source, urban > % of urban population with access 99 % [58th of 181]
Incidence of tuberculosis > per 100,000 people 24.96 per 100,000 people [140th of 200]
Infant mortality rate 33.9 [63rd of 179]
Infant mortality rate > Female 26.57 deaths/1,000 live births [77th of 225]
Infant mortality rate > Male 30.06 deaths/1,000 live births [81st of 225]
Infant mortality rate > Total 28.36 deaths/1,000 live births [80th of 225]
Intestinal diseases death rate 19.65% [52nd of 141]
life expectancy > Date of information 2006 est.
Life expectancy at birth > Female 74.52 years [125th of 226]
Life expectancy at birth > Male 69.3 years [114th of 226]
Life expectancy at birth > Total population 71.85 years [121st of 225]
Life expectancy at birth, female > years 72.81 years [102nd of 194]
Life expectancy at birth, male > years 68.36 years [87th of 194]
Life expectancy at birth, total > years 70.53 years [100th of 194]
Life expectancy at birth, years > Females 69 [116th of 186]
Life expectancy at birth, years > Males 65 [112nd of 186]
Life expectancy at birth, years > Total population 67 [113rd of 186]
Major infectious diseases > Degree of risk intermediate
Major infectious diseases > Food or waterborne diseases
bacterial diarrhea, hepatitis A, and typhoid fever
Major infectious diseases > Water contact disease schistosomiasis
Malnutrition prevalence, height for age > % of children under 5 15.6 % [11th of 52]
Malnutrition prevalence, weight for age > % of children under 5 8.6 % [15th of 63]
Maternal mortality 170 per 100,000 [50th of 136]
Measles immunization 95 [48th of 168]
Nutrition > % of children who are still breastfeeding 20-23 months 30 [61st of 105]
Nutrition > % of children who are � exclusively breastfed 6 months 57 [19th of 125]
Nutrition > % of households consuming iodized salt 28 [88th of 112]
Nutrition > % of under-fives suffering from stunting moderate & severe 21 [74th of 132]
Nutrition > % of under-fives suffering from underweight moderate & severe 11 [88th of 137]
Nutrition > % of under-fives suffering from underweight severe 3 [58th of 104]
Nutrition > % of under-fives suffering from wasting moderate & severe 5 [76th of 128]
Out-of-pocket expenditure as % of private health expenditure 92% [89th of 185]
Out-of-pocket health expenditure > % of private expenditure on health 99 % [42nd of 185]
Per capita government expenditure on health in international dollars 70 [127th of 185]
Per capita total expenditure on health in international dollars 192 [115th of 185]
Physicians > per 1,000 people 0.54 per 1,000 people [46th of 148]
Population suffering from undernourishment in 1990-1992 4 % [97th of 106]
Population suffering from undernourishment in 2001-2003 3 % [104th of 108]
Pregnant women receiving prenatal care > % 69.6 % [10th of 62]
Prepaid plans as % of private expenditure on health 0.6% [91st of 159]
Prevalence of HIV, total > % of population ages 15-49 0.1 % [142nd of 148]
Prevalence of undernourishment > % of population 4 % [118th of 172]
Private expenditure on health as % of total expenditure on health 63.4% [31st of 185]
Probability of dying before 5 > Females 49 per 1,000 people [73rd of 187]
Probability of not reaching 40 10.3% [71st of 111]
Probability of reaching 65 > Female 72.8% [96th of 159]
Probability of reaching 65 > Male 63.9% [83rd of 159]
Respiratory disease child death rate 120.86
Smoking prevalence, females > % of adults 18 % [17th of 43]
Smoking prevalence, males > % of adults 40 % [13th of 42]
Suicide rate > Females 0 per 100,000 people [79th of 80]
Suicide rate > Males 0.1 per 100,000 people [80th of 80]
Tobacco > Adult female smokers 1.6 [105th of 114]
Tobacco > Adult male smokers 0 [117th of 115]
Tobacco > Cigarette consumption 1,275 [49th of 106]
Tobacco > Total adult smokers 18.3 [97th of 121]
Total expenditure on health as % of GDP 4.9% [126th of 185]
Total fertility rate 3.3 [72nd of 166]
Transplants > Kidney 15 kidney transplants [45th of 47]
Transplants > Kidney (per capita) 0.193533 kidney transplants per 1 [45th of 47]
Transplants > Total 15 transplants [45th of 49]
Transplants > Total (per capita) 0.193533 transplants per 1 millio [47th of 49]
Tuberculosis cases > Per 100,000 23 [109th of 165]
Tuberculosis cases detected under DOTS > % 62.75 % [88th of 178]
Tuberculosis immunisation 99% [18th of 134]
Tuberculosis treatment success rate > % of registered cases 70.11 % [132nd of 171]
Unmet need for contraception > % of married women ages 15-49 10.7 % [10th of 13]
Water availability 859 cubic meters [146th of 169]
Women circumcised 24.2 [2nd of 27]
Women circumcised (per capita) 0.000312234 per 1,000 people [8th of 27]
Women circumcised share 24.2% [2nd of 27]


 

SOURCES
UNICEF; Wikipedia: Abortion law ; World Development Indicators database; World Organisation for Animal Health, Febuary 23 2006 Report; WHO 2002a; UNICEF; UN (United Nations). 2002. United Nations Population Division Database on Contraceptive Use. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. January. New York; World Health Organization; World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Global Water Supply and Sanitation Assessment 2000 Report and updates provided by UNICEF to the United Nations Millennium Indicator Database; WHO (World Health Organization). 2001. Correspondence on access to essential drugs. Department of Essential Drugs and Medecines Policy. February. Geneva; All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; CIA World Factbook, 28 July 2005; World Health Organisation. 1997-1999 World Health Statistics Annual. Geneva: WHO, 2000; Wikipedia: List of countries by life expectancy ; UNICEF (United Nations Children?s Fund). 2002. Official Summary: The State of the World's Children 2002. New York: Oxford University Press.; Wikipedia: List of countries by percentage of population suffering from undernourishment ; The World Health Report 2001; UN 2001 via backone.pdf; UN (United Nations). 2001. World Population Prospects 1950-2050: The 2000 Revision. Database. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. New York.; UN (United Nations). 2001. World Population Prospects 1950-2050: The 2000 Revision. Database. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. New York; annual figures:WHO databank, National Bureaus of Statistics. Department of Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis Population Division (1995). World population prospects. The 1994 revision. New York: United Nations. Partly computations: Department of Clinical Psychology, Psychiatric Clinic, University of W?rzburg, Germany; World Health Organization; World Health Organization2005; Abstracted from center-specific counts (Worldwide Transplant Center Directory, 2002); UNHDR; ; Unicef (1994)

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr

Sports
 

1965 Pan Arab Games > Medals won > Silver 37 [1st of 8]
1965 Pan Arab Games > Medals won > Total 137 [1st of 9]
1976 Summer Paralympics > The Paralympics in Canada and Toronto > Bronze 1 [31st of 31]
1976 Summer Paralympics > The Paralympics in Canada and Toronto > Gold 5 [20th of 29]
1976 Summer Paralympics > The Paralympics in Canada and Toronto > Silver 2 [24th of 29]
1976 Summer Paralympics > The Paralympics in Canada and Toronto > Total 8 [24th of 32]
1980 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 3 [28th of 37]
1980 Summer Paralympics > Gold 4 [22nd of 34]
1980 Summer Paralympics > Silver 7 [20th of 32]
1980 Summer Paralympics > Total 14 [23rd of 40]
1984 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 3 [26th of 36]
1984 Summer Paralympics > Gold 2 [23rd of 30]
1984 Summer Paralympics > Total 5 [30th of 37]
1988 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 3 [36th of 42]
1988 Summer Paralympics > Gold 1 [36th of 38]
1988 Summer Paralympics > Silver 2 [37th of 45]
1988 Summer Paralympics > Total 6 [37th of 48]
1992 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 4 [28th of 47]
1992 Summer Paralympics > Gold 5 [19th of 39]
1992 Summer Paralympics > Silver 4 [19th of 43]
1992 Summer Paralympics > Total 13 [23rd of 53]
1996 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 11 [15th of 50]
1996 Summer Paralympics > Gold 8 [21st of 50]
1996 Summer Paralympics > Silver 11 [14th of 51]
1996 Summer Paralympics > Total 30 [16th of 59]
1998 in Norwegian football > Men > Comp. F
1998 in Norwegian football > Men > Date November 18
1998 in Norwegian football > Men > Norwegian goalscorers Tore André Flo
1998 in Norwegian football > Men > Res. * 1-1
1998 in Norwegian football > Men > Venue Cairo
2000 Summer Paralympics > Bronze 11 [17th of 58]
2000 Summer Paralympics > Gold 6 [25th of 51]
2000 Summer Paralympics > Silver 11 [15th of 55]
2000 Summer Paralympics > Total 28 [19th of 66]
2003 World Men's Handball Championship > Standings > Diff -7 [10th of 17]
2003 World Men's Handball Championship > Standings > GA 139 [7th of 18]
African Cup of Nations > Most tournaments hosted > Hosts 4 times
African Footballer of the Year > Wins > First place 1 [9th of 13]
Boxing at the 1960 Summer Olympics > Medals > Pos 11 [3rd of 15]
Boxing at the 1960 Summer Olympics > Medals > Total: 1 [11th of 15]
Canada men's national soccer team > All-time Record against other nations > L 2 [15th of 47]
Chess > GrandMasters 1 [62nd of 135]
Chess > GrandMasters (per capita) 0.001 per 100,000 population [75th of 135]
Chess > International Masters 25 [27th of 135]
Chess > International Masters (per capita) 0.323 per 1 million population [68th of 135]
Chess > World Chess Rankings 2,434 [54th of 135]
FIFA World Ranking > Men 714 [16th of 198]
FIFA World Ranking > Men (per capita) 9.212 per 1 million people [175th of 197]
FIFA World Ranking > Women 1,440 [55th of 117]
FIFA World Ranking > Women (per capita) 0.019 per 1,000 population [104th of 116]
Henry Amike > Achievements > Extra 400 m hurdles
Henry Amike > Achievements > Result 2nd
Henry Amike > Achievements > Tournament
African Championships
Modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics > Team competition > Pos. 12 [6th of 14]
Modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics > Team competition > Pos 14 [4th of 14]
National Olympic Committee > NOC by recognition date > # 14 [61st of 68]
Summer olympic medals > All time 16 [48th of 116]
Summer olympic medals > All time (per capita) 2.064 per 10 million people [87th of 116]
Top international goal scorers > # 5 [24th of 28]
Top international goal scorers > Name Hossam Hassan*
World Cup Totals > Draws 2 [35th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Draws (per capita) 0.258 per 10 million people [48th of 69]
World Cup Totals > Goals against 6 [64th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Goals against (per capita) 0.774 per 10 million people [68th of 69]
World Cup Totals > Goals for 3 [54th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Goals for (per capita) 0.387 per 10 million people [63rd of 69]
World Cup Totals > Losses 2 [59th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Losses (per capita) 2.58 per 100 million people [68th of 69]
World Cup Totals > Matches played 4 [52nd of 72]
World Cup Totals > Matches played (per capita) 5.161 per 100 million people [67th of 69]
World Cup Totals > Points 2 [54th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Points (per capita) 0.258 per 10 million people [59th of 69]
World Cup Totals > Wins 0 [67th of 72]
World Cup Totals > Wins (per capita) 0 per 10 million people [58th of 69]


 

SOURCES
Wikipedia: 1965 Pan Arab Games ; Wikipedia: 1976 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1980 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1984 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1988 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1992 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1996 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 1998 in Norwegian football ; Wikipedia: 2000 Summer Paralympics ; Wikipedia: 2003 World Men's Handball Championship ; Wikipedia: African Cup of Nations ; Wikipedia: African Footballer of the Year ; Wikipedia: Boxing at the 1960 Summer Olympics ; Wikipedia: Canada men's national soccer team ; World Chess Federation, 2006; Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA); FIFA Official Website, December 2005; Wikipedia: Henry Amike ; Wikipedia: Modern pentathlon at the 1984 Summer Olympics ; Wikipedia: Modern pentathlon at the 1992 Summer Olympics ; Wikipedia: National Olympic Committee ; The Golden Book of the Olympic Games ; Wikipedia: Top international goal scorers ; ESPN, FIFA Official Website, NationMaster

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr

Food
 

beverages and tobacco > % of value added in manufacturing 17.75 % [56th of 103]
exports > % of merchandise exports 9.77 % [77th of 156]
imports > % of merchandise imports 22.2 % [13th of 155]
Subway resturants 1 [71st of 82]
Subway resturants (per capita) 0.001 per 100,000 population [82nd of 82]


 

SOURCES
World Development Indicators database; Subway, 2006.

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr

Language
 

Languages
Arabic (official), English and French widely understood by educated classes
Languages of the African Union > Illiteracy > Literacy rate 55.6 [151st of 174]
Nobel Prize in Literature > Most awarded countries > % 0.98 [33rd of 37]
Nobel Prize in Literature > Most awarded countries > Laureates 1 [33rd of 37]


 

SOURCES
All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; Wikipedia: Languages of the African Union ; Wikipedia: Nobel Prize in Literature

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr


2) Religion
 

Catholic > Cardinal electors 0 [53rd of 63]
Catholic > Cardinals 1 [43rd of 65]
Catholic > Cardinals (per $ GDP) 0.045 per $14.1 billion [55th of 64]
Catholic > Cardinals (per capita) 0.013 per 1 million population [63rd of 65]
Islam > Number of Muslim 69,560,000 [6th of 67]
Islam > Percentage 91% [24th of 164]
Islam > Percentage Muslim 91% [24th of 168]
Islam > Population 70,530,237 [5th of 165]
Islam > Shia 695,600 [23rd of 67]
Islam > Shia to Muslim 1 % [60th of 67]
Islam > Sunni 68,864,400 [5th of 67]
Islam > Sunni to Muslim 99 % [9th of 67]
Islam in Africa > Islamic population in Africa and population percentage > Population 90 % [10th of 45]
Muslim 94 % [23rd of 66]
Protestantism > By country > Protestants 100,000 [115th of 167]
Protestantism > By country > Protestants > % Protestant 0.13 % [152nd of 163]
Religion in national flags > Islam > Religious characteristics
the Golden Eagle of Saladin
Religions
Muslim (mostly Sunni) 90%, Coptic 9%, other Christian 1%
Religions > All
Muslim (mostly Sunni) 90%, Coptic 9%, other Christian 1%
Roman Catholicism > By country > Roman Catholicism > % Catholic 0.35 % [150th of 170]
Roman Catholicism > By country > Roman Catholicism > Catholic total 271,270 [104th of 170]
Seventh-day Adventist Membership 807 [153rd of 232]
Seventh-day Adventist Membership (per capita) 104.121 per 10 million people [197th of 222]


 

SOURCES

Catholic.com - College of Cardinals; Wikipedia: Demographics of Islam ; CIA World Factbook; International Religious Freedom Report 2004, U.S. State Department; Wikipedia: Islam in Africa ; Wikipedia: Protestantism by country ; Wikipedia: Religion in national flags ; All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; CIA World Factbook, 22 August 2006 ; Wikipedia: Roman Catholicism by country ; adventiststatistics.org 2004 Annual Report 31 December 2004

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr


3) Media
 

75th Academy Award > Best Foreign Film > English title
The Secret of the Young Girl
76th Academy Award > Best Foreign Film > English title Sleepless Nights
Big Four pageants > Statistics > Miss World 1 [18th of 29]
Big Four pageants > Statistics > Total Grand Slam wins 1 [36th of 53]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Applied sciences 150 [39th of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Applied sciences (per capita) 2.316 per million people [50th of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Arts and recreation 44 [39th of 72]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Generalities 96 [32nd of 70]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Generalities (per capita) 1.482 per million people [48th of 70]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Geography, history 86 [37th of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Geography, history (per capita) 1.328 per million people [51st of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Literature 256 [38th of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Literature (per capita) 3.952 per million people [52nd of 76]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Philology 215 [21st of 70]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Philology (per capita) 3.319 per million people [43rd of 69]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Philosophy, psychology 18 [40th of 68]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Philosophy, psychology (per capita) 0.278 per million people [51st of 67]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Pure sciences 219 [29th of 72]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Pure sciences (per capita) 3.381 per million people [42nd of 72]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Religion, theology 200 [26th of 73]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Religion, theology (per capita) 3.088 per million people [47th of 72]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Social sciences 126 [45th of 77]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Social sciences (per capita) 1.945 per million people [55th of 76]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Total 1,410 [39th of 80]
Book production, titles by the Universal Decimal Classification > Total (per capita) 21.768 per million people [55th of 79]
Cinema attendance 10,612,000 [40th of 78]
Cinema attendance (per capita) 136.918 per 1,000 people [64th of 78]
Cinemas 122 [45th of 61]
Cinemas (per capita) 1.956 per million people [57th of 60]
Cinemas > Annual attendance 10,600,000 [35th of 65]
Cinemas > Annual attendance (per capita) 0.17 per capita [51st of 64]
Cinemas > Seats 96,100 [17th of 44]
Cinemas > Seats (per capita) 1.541 per 1,000 people [41st of 43]
Computer, communications and other services > % of commercial service exports 18.39 % [79th of 153]
Computer, communications and other services > % of commercial service imports 33.33 % [49th of 155]
Daily newspapers > per 1,000 people 31.28 per 1,000 people [48th of 89]
DVD region 2 [151st of 171]
E-Government rating 41 [89th of 182]
Films produced 25 [25th of 50]
Films produced (per capita) 0.323 per 1 million people [45th of 50]
Fixed line and mobile phone subscribers > per 1,000 people 324.53 per 1,000 people [92nd of 193]
HAM radio prefixes SUA - SUZ
Households with television > % 88.6 % [61st of 160]
Information and communication technology expenditure > current US$ 1,460,300,000 $ [60th of 74]
Information and communication technology expenditure > current US$ (per $ GDP) 0.015 $ per $1 of GDP [73rd of 74]
Information and communication technology expenditure > current US$ (per capita) 17.881 $ per capita [72nd of 74]
International dialling code 20
International voice traffic > out and in, minutes 1,685,705,000 min. [12th of 164]
International voice traffic > out and in, minutes (per capita) 23.206 min. per capita [55th of 185]
Investment in telecoms with private participation > current US$ 1,616,000,000 $ [9th of 101]
Investment in telecoms with private participation > current US$ (per $ GDP) 18.082 $ per $1,000 of GDP [11th of 130]
Investment in telecoms with private participation > current US$ (per capita) 21.828 $ per capita [29th of 132]
Mobile phone subscribers 13,629,600 [28th of 198]
Mobile phone subscribers (per capita) 184.102 per 1 million people [106th of 201]
Newspaper circulation 2,080,000 [15th of 51]
Newspaper circulation (per capita) 26.8366 per 1,000 people [34th of 51]
Newspapers 16 [33rd of 67]
Newspapers (per capita) 0.206436 per 1 million people [63rd of 67]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Daily 2,080,000 [23rd of 90]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Daily (per capita) 31.508 per 1,000 people [47th of 90]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Non-daily 1,371,000 [17th of 46]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Non-daily (per capita) 20.768 per 1,000 people [32nd of 46]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Periodicals 2,773,000 [9th of 26]
Newspapers and periodicals > Circulation > Periodicals (per capita) 42.005 per 1,000 people [21st of 26]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Daily 16 [47th of 106]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Daily (per capita) 0.242 per million people [70th of 104]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Non-daily 45 [39th of 69]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Non-daily (per capita) 0.682 per million people [59th of 68]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Periodicals 235 [20th of 40]
Newspapers and periodicals > Number of titles > Periodicals (per capita) 3.56 per million people [35th of 40]
Number of PCs 2,300 [40th of 169]
Number of PCs (per $ GDP) 0.073 per $10 million of GDP [96th of 144]
Number of PCs (per capita) 0.297 per 10,000 people [111st of 169]
Personal computers 2,800,000 [12th of 164]
Personal computers (per capita) 37.821 per 1 million people [38th of 171]
Population covered by mobile telephony > % 98 % [30th of 108]
Price basket for mobile > US$ per month 5.8 $/month [148th of 185]
Price basket for residential fixed line > US$ per month 4.03 $/month [108th of 151]
Radio broadcast stations
AM 42 (plus 15 repeaters), FM 14, shortwave 3
Radio receivers 20,500,000 [20th of 188]
Radio receivers (per capita) 0.323 per capita [88th of 182]
Radios 20,500,000 [20th of 221]
Radios (per capita) 264.496 per 1,000 people [123rd of 212]
Royalties and fees $0.90 [36th of 85]
Submissions for the 75th Academy Award for Best Foreign Film > Director Magdy Ahmed Aly
Submissions for the 76th Academy Award for Best Foreign Film > Director Hany Khalifa
Telecommunications investment > % of revenue 21.27 % [29th of 165]
Telecommunications investment > current LCU 3435000000
Telecommunications revenue > % GDP 3.55 % GDP [43rd of 167]
Telecommunications revenue > current LCU 19044790000
Telephone average cost of call to US > US$ per three minutes 1.45 $ [58th of 142]
Telephone average cost of call to US > US$ per three minutes (per $ GDP) 18.39 $ per $1 trillion of GD [71st of 174]
Telephone average cost of call to US > US$ per three minutes (per capita) 19.961 $ per 1 million people [89th of 178]
Telephone employees, total 54,759 [11th of 194]
Telephone employees, total (per capita) 0.754 per 1,000 people [61st of 202]
Telephone faults > per 100 mainlines 0.1 per 100 mainlines [57th of 134]
Telephone mainlines 10,396,150 [19th of 202]
Telephone mainlines (per capita) 140.426 per 1,000 people [76th of 203]
Telephone subscribers 24,025,750 [23rd of 199]
Telephone subscribers (per capita) 0.31 per 1,000 people [95th of 201]
Telephone subscribers per employee 312.41 [66th of 191]
Telephone system > Domestic
principal centers at Alexandria, Cairo, Al Mansurah, Ismailia, Suez, and Tanta are connected by coaxial cable and microwave radio relay
Telephone system > General assessment
large system; underwent extensive upgrading during 1990s and is reasonably modern; Telecom Egypt, the landline monopoly, has been increasing service availability and in 2007 fixed-line density stood at 14 per 100 persons; as of 2007 there were three mobile-cellular networks and service is expanding rapidly
Telephone system > International
country code - 20; landing point for both the SEA-ME-WE-3 and SEA-ME-WE-4 submarine cable networks; linked to the international submarine cable FLAG (Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe); satellite earth stations - 4 (2 Intelsat - Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean, 1 Arabsat, and 1 Inmarsat); tropospheric scatter to Sudan; microwave radio relay to Israel; a participant in Medarabtel
Telephone system > Regulation 1998
Telephones > Main lines in use 11,229,000 [15th of 174]
Telephones > Main lines in use (per capita) 139.777 per 1,000 people [72nd of 173]
Telephones > Mobile cellular 30,065,000 [24th of 186]
Telephones > Mobile cellular (per capita) 374.245 per 1,000 people [108th of 185]
Television broadcast stations 98 [12th of 89]
Television broadcast stations (per capita) 1.601 per million people [26th of 67]
Television receivers 7,700,000 [23rd of 185]
Television receivers (per capita) 121.142 per 1,000 people [94th of 179]
Television standard > UHF SECAM G/PAL G
Television standard > VHF SECAM B/PAL B
Televisions 7,700,000 [25th of 215]
Televisions (per capita) 99.3471 per 1,000 people [126th of 209]
Website defacements 46 [35th of 129]
Website defacements (per capita) 0.593502 per 1 million people [96th of 124]


 

SOURCES
Wikipedia: Submissions for the 75th Academy Award for Best Foreign Film ; Wikipedia: Submissions for the 76th Academy Award for Best Foreign Film ; Wikipedia: Big Four pageants ; Source: UNESCO UIS Data | UNESCO Institute for Statistics; UNESCO Institute for Statistics, March 11, 2003; World Development Indicators database; Amazon.com; report presents the second annual update on global e-government, i.e., the delivery of public sector information and online services through the Internet. This report studies the features that are available online at national government websites. Using a detailed analysis of 1.197 government websites in 198 different nations, it measures the information and services that are online, chart the variations that exist across countries, and discuss how e-government sites vary by region of the world. In order to see how the 198 nations ranked overall, the E-Government Ranking 2002 created a 0 to 100 point index and applied it to each nation's websites based on the availability of contact information, publications, databases, portals, and number of online services. (2002); Internet Movie Database 2003; hamcity.com; ; ITU; All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; CIA World Factbook, December 2003; World Bank. 2002. World Development Indicators 2002. CD-ROM. Washington, DC; aggregates calculated for the Human Development Report Office by the World Bank; ITU-BDT Telecommunications Regulatory Database; Tenlab May 2002; attrition.org

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr

Internet
 

Broadband subscribers 113,526 [53rd of 117]
Broadband subscribers (per capita) 1,533.454 per 1 million people [88th of 146]
Country code .eg
Hosts 175,342 [60th of 228]
Hosts (per capita) 2,145.814 per million people [132nd of 222]
International Internet bandwidth > Mbps 3,657 Mbps [21st of 167]
International Internet bandwidth > Mbps (per $ GDP) 40.92 Mbps per $1 trillion of [30th of 184]
International Internet bandwidth > Mbps (per capita) 49.397 Mbps per 1 billion peop [47th of 188]
Internet Service Providers 50 [23rd of 229]
Internet Service Providers (per capita) 0.000645111 per 1,000 people [140th of 215]
ISP 50 [13th of 162]
ISP (per capita) 743.102 per billion people [79th of 127]
Livejournal users 392 [51st of 226]
Price basket for Internet > US$ per month 4.97 $/month [172nd of 180]
Secure Internet servers 53 [74th of 183]
Secure Internet servers (per capita) 0.527 per 1 million people [138th of 189]
TLD .eg
Users 8,620,000 [28th of 190]
Users (per capita) 107.301 per 1,000 people [104th of 184]


 

SOURCES
World Development Indicators database; IANA: Internet Assigned Numbers Authority; All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008; CIA World Factbook, December 2003; LiveJournal

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

Egypt, Arab Republic of Egypt, Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah, Misr


4) Tourist

Travel

Right Now


Situated on the northwestern tip of Africa, Egypt incorporates the Sinai Peninsula, the only land bridge between the continent of Africa and the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere. In this bustling, colorful, loud, and busy nation are the roots to one of the most ancient civilizations to exist on Earth. There is something for everyone here, whether you’re interested in the Great Pyramids, the crowded markets, the historic Nile River, the fantastic cuisine, or the nation’s vast number of museums. Egypt at its simplest is a study in contrasts
ancient and modern, desert and oasis, crowds and isolation. These pairings make Egypt a compelling travel destination, worthy of any traveler’s top ten list.


The Top 10
What to Do in Egypt


1. The Pyramids and the Sphinx
Even if you’ve seen them before, we suggest that you see them again
the pyramids and the Sphinx, both located in the town of Giza, are among the most iconic structures in the history of the world. Some travel agencies offer tickets to a laser show that takes place on the horizon between the pyramids and Cairo, but we recommend that you plan your visit mostly for during the day.

2. Luxor
Ancient Greeks and Romans themselves flocked to the city of Luxor to see the monuments on the East Bank. Karnak Temple is one of the most beautifully excavated ancient sites we have ever seen, and Luxor Temple comes in a close second. Comprising one of the largest open-air museums in the world, this ancient conglomeration of temples, stelae, obelisks, and hieroglyphs makes for a stunning figurative trip back to ancient Egypt.

3. Valley of the Kings
Located on Luxor’s West Bank, this archaeological site has been under excavation for almost two centuries, but it was the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun in 1922 that made headlines around the world. If other tombs were raided and looted before they were discovered in modern times, King Tut’s tomb, virtually untouched since his death, in 1323 B.C.E., serves as a pristine example of ancient burial ceremonies. Though all artifacts have been moved to the Egyptian Museum in nearby Cairo, the Valley of the Kings is a must visit.

4. Egyptian Museum in Cairo
This museum has a mimd-boggling accumulation of artifacts from Egyptian antiquity. The sheer volume of pieces, not to mention their physical scale, is astounding. Any tour guide worth his salt will lead you on a tour of the highlights; otherwise, it would take days to see every one of the spectacular items. Featuring collections arranged in chronological order, the museum includes some of King Tut’s treasures, pre-dynasty monuments, artifacts of the Middle and Modern kingdoms, Greek and Roman antiquities, coins and papyri, and sarcophagi.

5. Alexandria
Less than three hours from Cairo by minibus, Alexandria is home to summer beach lovers, many of whom are escapees from Cairo’s intense summer heat. Walk on the beach and enjoy sites like the Kom al-Shoqafa catacombs, Muhammad Ali’s ancient palace, and the Royal Library of Alexandria, once the largest library in the world.

6. Egypt’s Bazaars
Your trip to Egypt won’t be complete until you spend an afternoon touring an endless maze of stalls and alleyways in a city bazaar. Bazaars in Egypt are usually divided into Muslim and Christian markets and keep separate schedules accordingly. Confronting an array of home goods, clothes, jewelry, fruits, vegetables, souvenirs, fabrics, musical instruments, and more, you must negotiate the price before accepting a merchant’s initial offer; it’s customary to haggle in this region.

7. Abu Simbel
Originally carved out of a mountainside, the temples at Abu Simbel were constructed by King Ramses II near the city of Aswan. When a proposed dam construction threatened to flood the temple, UNESCO engineers developed a project to cut the entire site into giant blocks and move it to higher ground in 1964. Today’s reconstruction of the site allows visitors to bear witness to not only an amazing feat of antiquity but an impressive modern achievement as well.

8. Sailing in Aswan
Observe the Blue Nile’s lush green banks against the backdrop of a desert landscape while sailing on a felucca, a type of sailboat used in Egypt since antiquity. A guide can help arrange a group or private ride, which usually lasts between 30 and 45 minutes. This is a great time to pick up some handmade keepsakes.

9. Temple of Horus at Edfu
Situated on the Nile between Luxor and Aswan, this temple permits a dramatic peek into the ancient rituals of Egyptian religion, especially if you visit at night. Preserved hieroglyphs adorn every surface of the temple. Guides reenact certain ceremonies for the sake of visitors. Witnessing ancient Egyptian rituals while standing in a room previously reserved for only the highest of priests is an unforgettable experience.

10. Siwa Oasis
In the western desert near the Libyan border is Egypt’s most remote oasis town. Siwans speak their own language and have an identifiable style of jewelry and crafts, influenced by the Berbers. The natural beauty of this area is what drew us in
travelers can relax in the hot springs and eat local snacks, such as the town’s famed olives.

When to Go


Egypt has two seasons a mild winter, from November to April, and a hot summer, from May to October. More often than not, days are warm or hot and nights are cool and breezy. The only major differences between winter and summer are the daytime high temperatures and the changes in wind flow. Summers in the desert undergo wide variations between day temperatures and night ones
average minimums are 57 degrees Fahrenheit (14 degrees Celcius,) and high temps can climb to over 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celcius.) The lower temperatures in Alexandria have made the city a popular summer resort. Egypt receives very little rainfall annually, so the best time of year to visit is either in September through November or February through April, for taking advantage of the mild air.
 

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