Israel completes security fence along Egypt border
In this handout image supplied by the Israeli Government Press Office (GPO), A general view of the border security fence along the Israel-Egypt border as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a ceremony to mark its completion on January 2, 2012 in Israel. The construction of the 4.7- meter-tall, 242-kilometer-long fence, built to prevent terrorist incursions, smugglers and illegal migrants took two years to complete and reportedly cost approximately NIS 1.6 billion. (Getty Images)
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