18-year-old, Andrej Ciesielski, from Munich illegally climbed the 4,500-year-old pyramid on the outskirts of Cairo.
The licenses include tools that can listen in on an entire country's internet network, and others that can pinpoint and tune into phone calls
'From the youth of Egypt to the police,' was written on the balloons
'The country’s proud revolutionary spirit has been almost completely wiped out'
Scientists hope that space particles, absorbed by plates left inside the 4,600-year-old structure, could offer a clue at how the pyramids were constructed and what actually lies within
Peter Nesser gives a detailed analysis of the threat we face, while German-Egyptian political scientist Hamed Abdel-Samad traces Islam's fascist tendencies back to its founder
Some areas in countries that were once popular with British tourists are now advised against completely
It came after tourists were stabbed at a Red Sea resort and another hotel was attacked in Cairo
Five years ago, waves of popular protest began to spread, thrillingly, across the Arab world. Is anyone better off as a result? Patrick Cockburn reflects
The assailants arrived by sea to launch the assault, according to security sources
The Egyptian interior ministry previously claimed security guards, not tourists, were the target
Alaa al-Aswany retreats from the chaos of today to evoke a simpler moral landscape
Visitor numbers to the resort have declined by around 85% since a passenger plane was shot down in Sinai in October
With global events distorting prices to certain tourist destinations, it pays to look ahead. Simon Calder offers his advice.
A few hundred canny travellers will wake up on New Year’s Day in the luxury Steigenberger Nile Palace in Luxor
Egyptologist Joann Fletcher hopes her four-part BB2 series will help reverse decline caused by terror threats and unrest