By Victoria Bryan and Belinda Goldsmith FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) – Violence sweeping Egypt has hit its tourism – a vital part of the economy – as governments warn holidaymakers to stay away, prompting some foreign travel agents to stop all trips there. The latest unrest looks likely to kill off a tentative recovery of a sector that accounted for more than a tenth of GDP before the uprising that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, starting a period of political uncertainty which worsened with events of this week. …
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