PIBA: 928 Africans crossed the border from Egypt last month

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July 1, 2012 13:58

 
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In June, 928 Africans crossed Israel's southern border with Egypt, the Population, Immigration and Borders Authority (PIBA) announced on Sunday. The statement added that the number includes 497 Eritrean nationals and 430 people from South Sudan. Since the start of 2012, 9,572 people crossed the border, PIBA said.

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