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Cairo protests: European leaders discuss collective stance on the crisis

European leaders including David Cameron are holding emergency talks tonight over the escalating violence in Egypt amid fears that the bloodshed could destabilise the entire region.

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Adel Mohammed al-Khayat is associated with a group that murdered 62 tourists in 1997

Egypt’s tourism minister resigns over appointment of new governor of Luxor province

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Get me out of here - rural Portugal, Mauritius, Egypt

Now... Depart this month for a break in rural Portugal. Sunvil has four nights' B&B at two Pousadas (historic hotels) split between Estremoz and Alcacer do Sal, with TAP flights from Heathrow to Lisbon, car hire and one dinner for £542 per person. Sunvil.co.uk

British pensioner facing death penalty in Egypt is 'victim of international set-up'

Foreign Office said  it was 'extremely concerned' about the British sailor

Palestinians sit around the grave of Haitham Mishal in Gaza City

Motorcyclist killed in first Israeli air strike on Gaza since November truce

Attack that hit 'top militant' is most serious test yet of the Egyptian-brokered truce

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Luxor hot air balloon crash: How tourism has changed in Egypt

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