A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan on April 26, 2009. Aswan, the site of majestic pharaonic ruins and one of the most famous stops on Egypt's Nile cruises, has few of the tourists who ... more 
A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan on April 26, 2009. Aswan, the site of majestic pharaonic ruins and one of the most famous stops on Egypt's Nile cruises, has few of the tourists who normally throng its tree-lined river banks. Instead, dozens of ships are moored waiting for customers. Tourist numbers have plummeted, dealing a blow to the millions of Egyptians whose livelihoods depend on the 14 million or more visitors who once came to Egypt annually, providing one in eight jobs in a country beset by high unemployment. (REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih) less 
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