Egyptian Catch-Up

Egyptian Catch-Up here to give you the best news around! We tell you things as they happen. Like I heard that the pyramids were built so long ago people don't know how! Shhh! Don't tell anybody. Egypt is located in North Africa with a population of 82.06 million people!

Dictatorship

Banana

In Egypt lately we have been dealing with a dictator. Right now we are her to tell you the story. Banana grew up alone he had a bad home life. Which later led to being violent. Somehow Banana has gotten everyone to like him. Now he is ruling Egypt but he's horrible. Check in later for more news.
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Civil War

Right now there is a civil war over the pyramids why? Don't ask me I don't know! It all started with two people arguing while visiting the pyramids. They began to claim the pyramids as their own. Then people started to join the fight! Soon it was the biggest war ever! The people then realized the difference between the sides. On one side it was all tall people. On the other side they were short. They then realized that they could get along well if they tried.
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Suez Canal

The Suez Canal separates the Sinai Peninsula from the rest of Egypt. The Suez Canal is one of the worlds most important waterways. It was built in the mid 1860s by Egyptians. Ships use the canal to pass from the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea. In making this journey they avoid traveling all the way around Africa. This area is a major crossroads between Africa and southwest Asia.
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Sahara Desert

The word Sahara comes from the Arabic word meaning desert. The Sahara is about the size of the U.S. Eastern and Libiyan deserts are apart of the Sahara. The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world. It is also the world's 3rd largest desert after Antartica and the Arctic. The area of the Sahara Desrt is 3.629 million miles squared.
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Crops

Egypt's 3 main crops are sugar cane, grains, and vegetables. Flooding of the Nile would make Egypts soil rich. The rich soil would allow plants to blossom. Egyptians would wait for the yearly flood. After the flood they would be ready with seeds to plant.
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Conclusion

That's all the news for now catch up with us next time. This was the Egyptian catch-up reporting your news. Have a good day.