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BANQUE DU CAIRE-IPO/
RTS34JZV
March 03, 2020
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February...
Aswan, Egypt
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture taken February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
BANQUE DU CAIRE-IPO/
RTS34JZP
March 03, 2020
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture...
Cairo, Egypt
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture taken February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
ANQUE DU CAIRE-IPO/
RTS34JYU
March 03, 2020
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture...
Cairo, Egypt
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan
A branch of Banque Du Caire is pictured at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture taken February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
ANQUE DU CAIRE-IPO/
RTS34JYF
March 03, 2020
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February...
Aswan, Egypt
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan
People walk in front of a branch of Banque Du Caire at the Upper Egypt city of Aswan, Egypt February 21, 2020. Picture taken February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CHINA-HEALTH/EGYPT
RTS32IGI
February 18, 2020
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Aswan, Egypt
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International Airport in Egypt February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CHINA-HEALTH/EGYPT
RTS32IGH
February 18, 2020
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Aswan, Egypt
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International Airport in Egypt February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CHINA-HEALTH/EGYPT
RTS32IGD
February 18, 2020
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Aswan, Egypt
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International Airport in Egypt February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CHINA-HEALTH/EGYPT
RTS32IGC
February 18, 2020
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, check their luggage at the Aswan International...
Aswan, Egypt
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, check their luggage at the Aswan International...
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, check their luggage at the Aswan International Airport in Egypt February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CHINA-HEALTH/EGYPT
RTS32IGB
February 18, 2020
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Aswan, Egypt
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International...
Passengers arriving from China, wearing protective masks, wait for their luggage at the Aswan International Airport in Egypt February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9NI
December 17, 2019
An engineer works in main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in the southern Egyptian...
Aswan, Egypt
An engineer works in main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in the southern Egyptian...
An engineer works in main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in the southern Egyptian city of Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9NG
December 17, 2019
Workers walk between photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture...
Aswan, Egypt
Workers walk between photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan
Workers walk between photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9NE
December 17, 2019
Workers set up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture...
Aswan, Egypt
Workers set up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan
Workers set up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9NC
December 17, 2019
A general view of the Benban plant of photovoltaic solar panels in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture...
Aswan, Egypt
A general view of the Benban plant of photovoltaic solar panels in Aswan
A general view of the Benban plant of photovoltaic solar panels in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9N9
December 17, 2019
A worker monitors at main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in Aswan, Egypt, November...
Aswan, Egypt
A worker monitors at main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in Aswan
A worker monitors at main control centre at the Benban photovoltaic solar plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9N7
December 17, 2019
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019....
Aswan, Egypt
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9N5
December 17, 2019
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Aswan, Egypt
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia, speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia, speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9N3
December 17, 2019
The sun shines over high-voltage power lines and electricity pylons at a highway front of the solar park...
Aswan, Egypt
The sun shines over high-voltage power lines and electricity pylons at a highway front of the solar park...
The sun shines over high-voltage power lines and electricity pylons at a highway front of the solar park of Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9N1
December 17, 2019
A worker sets up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture...
Aswan, Egypt
A worker sets up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan
A worker sets up the photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MY
December 17, 2019
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC)...
Aswan, Egypt
Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at IFC looks on during an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic...
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC) looks on during an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MW
December 17, 2019
Electric sun cells face the sun at a solar power of the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019....
Aswan, Egypt
Electric sun cells face the sun at a solar power of the Benban plant in Aswan
Electric sun cells face the sun at a solar power of the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MV
December 17, 2019
Hossam Hussein, an engineer of Taqa Solar speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Benban plant...
Aswan, Egypt
Hossam Hussein, an engineer of Taqa Solar speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Benban plant...
Hossam Hussein, an engineer of Taqa Solar speaks during an interview with Reuters at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MU
December 17, 2019
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC)...
Aswan, Egypt
Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at IFC reacts during an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic...
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC) reacts during an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MT
December 17, 2019
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC)...
Aswan, Egypt
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at IFC looks on during an interview with Reuters...
Christopher Cantelmi, Principal Infrastructure Department at International Finance Corporation (IFC) looks on during an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MS
December 17, 2019
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia walks after an interview with Reuters...
Aswan, Egypt
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia walks after an interview with Reuters...
Mohamed Ossama, Project Director for solar energy at Taqa Arabia walks after an interview with Reuters near photovoltaic panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SOLAR/
RTS2V9MO
December 17, 2019
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019....
Aswan, Egypt
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan
Workers set up the photovoltaic solar panels at the Benban plant in Aswan, Egypt, November 17, 2019. Picture taken November 17, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7L2K
November 17, 2015
A boy sleeps at his house in Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan, in Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a...
Aswan, Egypt
A boy sleeps at his house in Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan
A boy sleeps at his house in Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan, in Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7L2G
November 17, 2015
A couple takes a selfie while riding on a camel in Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan, in Egypt, October...
Aswan, Egypt
A couple takes a selfie while riding on a camel in Gharb Suheil village
A couple takes a selfie while riding on a camel in Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan, in Egypt, October 1, 2015. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7L2F
November 17, 2015
Tourists ride in a Falluka (small boat) along the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia,...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists ride in a Falluka in the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia
Tourists ride in a Falluka (small boat) along the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia, south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7L2E
November 17, 2015
Boats sail in the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia, south of Egypt, October 1,...
Aswan, Egypt
Boats sail in the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia,
Boats sail in the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia, south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K7V
November 17, 2015
A man plays music on a traditional musical instrument in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south...
Aswan, Egypt
A man plays music on a traditional musical instrument in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
A man plays music on a traditional musical instrument in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K6M
November 17, 2015
Nubian women celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south...
Aswan, Egypt
Nubian women celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
Nubian women celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K6L
November 17, 2015
Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south...
Aswan, Egypt
Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K6I
November 17, 2015
A groom dances as Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan...
Aswan, Egypt
A groom dances as Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan...
A groom dances as Nubians celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K60
November 17, 2015
Invitees eat dinner as people celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan...
Aswan, Egypt
Invitees eat dinner as people celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan...
Invitees eat dinner as people celebrate at a traditional Nubian wedding in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K18
November 17, 2015
Students buy sweets near their school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September...
Aswan, Egypt
Students buy sweets near their school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
Students buy sweets near their school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K13
November 17, 2015
A student looks on at her Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt,...
Aswan, Egypt
A student looks on at her Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
A student looks on at her Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7K01
November 17, 2015
A Nubian girl looks on from her traditional house at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near...
Aswan, Egypt
A Nubian girl looks on from her traditional house at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near...
A Nubian girl looks on from her traditional house at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7JZH
November 17, 2015
A man walks past electoral fliers at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt,...
Aswan, Egypt
A man walks past electoral fliers at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt...
A man walks past electoral fliers at the touristic Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7JZF
November 17, 2015
Nubian boys ride a raft, as they search for tourists to sing traditional Nubian songs, near the Nile...
Aswan, Egypt
Nubian boys ride a raft, as they search for tourists to sing traditional Nubian songs, near the Nile...
Nubian boys ride a raft, as they search for tourists to sing traditional Nubian songs, near the Nile river in Aswan on the road to the touristic Nubia, south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken October 1, 2015 REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7JYK
November 17, 2015
A student runs at a Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September...
Aswan, Egypt
A student runs at a Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan,
A student runs at a Nubian school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Yet all their efforts to gain political influence have brought next to nothing. In Egypt's incoming parliament, which will be finalised after a second round of voting on Sunday, the Nubians will hold just one of 568 elected seats. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7JBU
November 17, 2015
A resident looks on from his traditional house at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of...
Aswan, Egypt
A resident looks on from his traditional house at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of...
A resident looks on from his traditional house at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7JAL
November 17, 2015
A teacher conducts a lesson in a classroom at a school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south...
Aswan, Egypt
A teacher conducts a lesson in a classroom at a school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan
A teacher conducts a lesson in a classroom at a school in the Nubian village of Adindan near Aswan, south of Egypt, September 30, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Picture taken September 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7J8W
November 17, 2015
Tourists visit the traditional Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt October 1, 2015....
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists visit the traditional Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt
Tourists visit the traditional Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany.
EGYPT-ELECTION/NUBIANS
RTS7J7U
November 17, 2015
Nubian women sell traditional handicrafts at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt,...
Aswan, Egypt
Nubian women sell traditional handicrafts at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt...
Nubian women sell traditional handicrafts at the Nubian Gharb Suheil village, near Aswan south of Egypt, October 1, 2015. For half a century, Egypt's Nubians have patiently lobbied the government in Cairo for a return to their homelands on the banks of the upper Nile, desperate to reclaim territory their ancestors first cultivated 3,000 years ago. Picture taken October 1, 2015. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
RTX19A4L
February 22, 2014
The light of dawn shines on the statues of Pharaoh Ramses II (R) and Amun, the God of Light (L), in the...
Aswan, Egypt
The light of dawn shines on the statues of Pharaoh Ramses II and Amun, the God of Light, in the inner...
The light of dawn shines on the statues of Pharaoh Ramses II (R) and Amun, the God of Light (L), in the inner sanctum of the temple of Abu Simbel, located at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014. The axis of the temple was designed so as to allow the rays of the sun to shine into the inner sanctuary only on Ramses II's birthday and his coronation. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leaveEgypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. . REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
RTX19A3A
February 22, 2014
Tourist guides wait for customers outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourist guides wait for customers outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in...
Tourist guides wait for customers outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014, to see the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leaveEgypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation.. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
RTX19A38
February 22, 2014
Police and security navigate in a boat near the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile...
Aswan, Egypt
Police and security navigate in a boat near the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile...
Police and security navigate in a boat near the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014 as tourists and visitors gather to see the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leaveEgypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 22, 2014
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan,...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan...
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014, to see the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 22, 2014
A man takes a photo at the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264...
Aswan, Egypt
A man takes a photo at the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan
A man takes a photo at the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014, when the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leaveEgypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 22, 2014
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan,...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan...
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014, to see the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 22, 2014
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan,...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan...
Tourists and visitors queue outside the temple of Abu Simbel at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 22, 2014, to see the dawn light up the temple's inner sanctum to mark the anniversary of Pharoah Ramses II's coronation. The temple is angled so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: once on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL CIVIL UNREST)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 21, 2014
A tourist walks in front of the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show, on the eve of...
Aswan, Egypt
A tourist walks in front of the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show at the upper reaches...
A tourist walks in front of the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 21, 2014
Tourists sit in front of the Abu Simbel temple, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists sit in front of the Abu Simbel temple at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan
Tourists sit in front of the Abu Simbel temple, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 21, 2014
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari, wife of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, on the eve...
Aswan, Egypt
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari, wife of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
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February 21, 2014
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari, wife of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, on the eve...
Aswan, Egypt
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan
Visitors walk in front of the Temple of Queen Nefertari, wife of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
RTX199V1
February 21, 2014
A security guard walks inside the Abu Simbel temple, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses...
Aswan, Egypt
A security guard walks inside the Abu Simbel temple at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan
A security guard walks inside the Abu Simbel temple, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPTCIVIL TRAVEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)
EGYPT-MILITANTS/WARNING
RTX199UY
February 21, 2014
Tourists look at the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show, on the eve of the anniversary...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists look at the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show at the upper reaches of the...
Tourists look at the Abu Simbel temple during a daily sound and light show, on the eve of the anniversary of Pharaoh Ramses II's coronation, at the upper reaches of the Nile in Aswan, around 1264 km (785 miles) south of Cairo February 21, 2014. A militant Islamist group has warned tourists to leave Egypt and threatened to attack any who stay after Feb. 20, raising the prospect of a new front in a fast-growing insurgency in the biggest Arab nation. The Sinai-based Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis group, which claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed two South Korean tourists and an Egyptian on Sunday, made the statement on an affiliated Twitter account. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TRAVEL)
EGYPT-TOURISM/
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October 18, 2011
A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan in this April 26, 2009 file photo. Aswan, the site of majestic...
Aswan, Egypt
To match Feature EGYPT-TOURISM
A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan in this April 26, 2009 file photo. Aswan, the site of majestic pharaonic ruins and one of the most famous stops on Egypt's Nile cruises, has few of the tourists who normally throng its tree-lined river banks. Instead, dozens of ships are moored waiting for customers. Tourist numbers have plummeted, dealing a blow to the millions of Egyptians whose livelihoods depend on the 14 million or more visitors who once came to Egypt annually, providing one in eight jobs in a country beset by high unemployment.
To match Feature EGYPT-TOURISM REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih/Files (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL BUSINESS)
EGYPT-CRASH/
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December 26, 2010
John Vanderveen, 77, and his wife Helen, 73, both from the U.S., rest in a hospital in Cairo December...
Aswan, Egypt
John Vanderveen and his wife Helen rest in a hospital in Cairo
John Vanderveen, 77, and his wife Helen, 73, both from the U.S., rest in a hospital in Cairo December 26, 2010, after being involved in a road accident. Eight U.S. tourists were killed and 21 injured, including the Vanderveens, when their coach hit a stationary truck in southern Egypt Aswan about 879 km (546 miles) south of Cairo, the state news agency MENA said on Sunday. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El-Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
EGYPT-CRASH/
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December 26, 2010
The wreckage of a tour bus that crashed into a truck (L) is seen in Abu Simbel in Aswan, about 879 km...
Aswan, Egypt
The wreckage of a tour bus that crashed into a truck (L) is seen in Abu Simbel
The wreckage of a tour bus that crashed into a truck (L) is seen in Abu Simbel in Aswan, about 879 km (546 miles) south of Cairo, December 26, 2010. Eight U.S. tourists were killed and 21 injured when their coach hit the stationary truck in southern Egypt, the state news agency MENA said on Sunday. REUTERS/Stringer (EGYPT - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT TRAVEL)
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