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Egypt replaces animals with electric vehicles in tourism
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism announces its intention to use electric buses for the transport of visitors to the main tourist sites and archeological areas of the country.
Nearly 100 coffins buried over 2,500 years ago found in Egypt
Egyptian antiquities officials have announced the discovery of at least 100 ancient coffins, some with mummies inside, and about 40 gilded statues in a vast Pharaonic necropolis south of Cairo.
Egypt invites countries to resume tourism in fightback against travel slump
Egypt’s Foreign Minister has urged countries to resume tourism activity with them, saying they have taken strict procedures to ensure the safety of tourists, local daily Egypt Today has reported.
Iran pursuing situation of rescued Iranians from Mediterranean Sea tragedy
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Friday that a group of 29 Iranians, rescued from a wrecked vessel in Mediterranean Sea, are in good condition and Tehran is in contact with Cairo to help them.
Egypt says another trove of ancient coffins found in Saqqara
Egyptian archeologists have unearthed another trove of ancient coffins in a vast necropolis south of Cairo, authorities said.
Egypt reveals 59 ancient coffins found near Saqqara pyramids
Egypt's tourism and antiquities minster said archeologists have unearthed dozens of ancient coffins in a vast necropolis south of Cairo.
Egypt extends measures to boost country’s struggling tourism sector
The Egyptian government has extended the duration of a number of policies and incentives designed to boost the country’s struggling tourism sector, which has been badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
French tourists to return to Egypt
Egypt is preparing to welcome French tourists again in October after a seven-month halt amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Egypt discovers 14 ancient tombs at Saqqara
Egypt's Antiquities Ministry announced the discovery of 14 coffins in the Saqqara area that had lain buried for two and a half thousand years.
Egypt tourism authorities discuss controls for cultural visits resumption
Egypt's tourism authorities have discussed the controls that will be adopted for the resumption of cultural tourism activities in Egypt as of September 1.
X-rays reveal details of animal mummification in ancient Egypt
X-ray images of three mummified animals — a cat, a bird and a snake — have offered researchers fresh insights into the relationship between ancient Egyptians and animals during the Late Period, between 664 and 332 BCE.
Egypt allows Gazans to leave strip for first time in months
Egypt on Tuesday reopened Gaza’s main passenger crossing point for the first time in months for thousands of Palestinians who have been stranded on both sides of the border due to the coronavirus crisis.
Virus-free month lifts Egypt tourism hopes
Egypt’s hard-hit tourist industry has been given a major boost with the news that no coronavirus cases have been reported among visitors in the month since travelers began returning to three governorates.
Ancient teeth show 'invasion' of Egypt 3,600 years ago was no invasion at all
The pharaohs of ancient Egypt were arguably some of the greatest leaders in human history, reigning over the River Nile for some three thousand years. But for a brief moment there, right in the middle, they lost control of their most fertile lands.
Egypt desperate to revive coronavirus-hit tourism industry
A wonder of the world, the pyramids at Giza have wowed visitors for millennia. But they were deserted as the coronavirus pandemic laid waste to Egypt's tourism industry and millions of people's livelihoods.

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