Gasoline in black market

Tue, 17/01/2012 - 13:40
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Trader selling diesel oil and 80 octane gasoline on the street, Giza, 16 January, 2012.  Gasoline crisis has recently erupted in several governorates. Vehicles line up before fuel station which leads to clashes. Meanwhile, ministry of petrol warned against smuggling.

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Trader selling diesel oil and 80 octane gasoline on the street, Giza, 16 January, 2012.  Gasoline crisis has recently erupted in several governorates. Vehicles line up before fuel station which leads to clashes. Meanwhile, ministry of petrol warned against smuggling.

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