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(Placename) an ancient city in central Egypt, on the Nile. Pop: 417 000 (2005 est). Ancient Greek name: Lycopolis
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a city in central Egypt, on the Nile. 291,300.
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Thales, a global technology giant in the aerospace and transport sector, has been awarded a three-year contract by Egypt National Railways (ENR), for the modernisation of signalling and telecommunication systems, and all the works related to a 180km section of line between the towns of Asyut and Nagh Hammadi in Upper Egypt, part of the Alexandria-Cairo-Aswan rail corridor.
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