Police in Egypt find lost Israeli man
An Israeli man, 45, who disappeared around a month ago in the Sinai Desert has been found, Israel Radio reported Wednesday. Egyptian police officials located him next to the Monastery of St. Katherine.
He told the police that since leaving Israel he has been living in a nearby Bedouin village, the radio added. The Egyptian authorities ordered him to leave Sinai immediately because his visa expired. (Albawaba.com)
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