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What the papers say - HERALD TRIBUNE

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The discovery of a 600 year old Byzantine cistern could delay construction of the Marmaray rail tunnel, due to be constructed under the Bosphorus Straits in Istanbul, Turkey. The tunnel is part of a £1.5bn, 75km 'Marmaray' rail system to link the city's European and Asian halves.

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