Al Ahly SC vs Al-Merrikh SC

epa09834245 Al Ahly's Yasser Ibrahim (R) in action against Al-Merrikh's Edjomariegwe Tony (L) during the CAF Champions League group A soccer match between Al Ahly SC and Al-Merrikh SC in Cairo, Egypt, 18 March 2022. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

US First Lady Melania Trump visits Egypt

epa07073919 US First Lady Melania Trump visits Giza Pyramids in Giza, Egypt, 06 October 2018. This is the first major solo international trip to Africa for the US First Lady, where she is promoting child welfare and education during her visit to Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Royal Mummies transferred to National Museum of Egyptian Civilization

epa09114812 A general view of the Pharaoh's Golden Parade, in Cairo, Egypt, 03 April 2021. A convoy will transport 18 ancient Egyptian kings and four queens from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square across the capital city to their new resting place at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, in what is called The Pharaohs' Golden Parade. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Pottery workshop in Old Cairo

epa07809854 An Egyptian worker carries a clay pot at one of the traditional pottery workshops, in old Cairo, Egypt, 01 September 2019. According to the owners of the workshop, they use clay brought from Aswan in upper Egypt (1000km south of Cairo). The price of clay pots varies between 20 to 2000 Egyptian pound (1.12 US dollars to 112 US dollars) depending on the size, drawing, and craftsmanship of the item. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET

Construction at Egypt's new administrative capital

epa09078297 General view of the construction site of the central business district of the new administrative capital, 45 kilometers east of Cairo, Egypt, 16 March 2021. Egypt started the construction of the new administrative and financial capital of Egypt, partnering with the China State Construction Engineering Company (CSCEC) as part of China's larger Belt and Road Initiative which was announced during the economic development conference in March 2015. The new city is located 45 kilometers east of Cairo, in an area halfway to the seaport city of Suez. According to the plans, main government departments and ministries will be relocated in the new city. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Tourism in Egypt

epa09006360 Tourists pose for photos with the massive white inselbergs that are characteristic of Egypt's White Desert, located 500 km southwest of Cairo, Egypt, 07 February 2021, (issued 12 February 2021). Egypt is unique in the variety of desert oasis as Al Farafra Oasis, Swia and Al Bahria Oasis that attract tourists from all over the world to enjoy safaris in the sunny weather. The Supreme Council of Antiquities introduced the 'Spend Winter in Egypt' initiative in January 2021 to encourage domestic tourism. Flights to various destinations are offered at flat rates from 15 January to 28 February and a there is a 50 per cent discount for Egyptians on tickets at the archaeological areas and museums in various governorates in January and February. The ministry has emphasized the importance to keep precautionary measures and health safety controls at all sites. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET

Men Handball World Championship 2021

epa08978466 Denmark goalkeeper Niklas Landin (C) celebrates with the trophy after winning against Sweden in the Gold Medal match at the 27th Men's Handball World Championship in Cairo, Egypt, 31 January 2021. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

AFCON 2019

epa07717602 Algeria's Riyad Mahrez (C) celebrates scoring the winning goal with his team during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) Semi final soccer match between Algeria and Nigeria in Cairo Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, 14 July 2019. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza

epa08360532 A member of a medical team sprays disinfectant as a precaution against the coronavirus outbreak near a giant statue of Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II in a hall of the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) in Giza, Egypt, 13 April 2020, as construction works continue. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Coronavirus precautions in Cairo

epaselect epa08314989 A member of medical team sprays disinfectants as a precautionary move against the spread of coronavirus, at hall of mummies at the Egyptian museum in Cairo, Egypt, 23 March 2020. Egyptian authorities said all museums and archaeological sites in Egypt will be closed to public until 31 March as precautionary measure against the spread of coronavirus. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Hosni Mubarak funeral

epa08249158 Officers salute as the horse-drawn carriage transporting the flag-draped coffin former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak passes by during the funeral at Mosheer Tantawy mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, 26 February 2020. Mubarak died on 25 February 2020 aged 91. Mubarak ruled Egypt from October 1981 till January 2011, and stepped down of the presidency after the 18-day Egyptian revolution of 2011. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Egypt

epa03824560 Egyptian supporters of ousted President Morsi push over a truck during protests in Giza, near Cairo, Egypt, 14 August 2013. According to local media reports, one soldier and dozens of protesters were killed and about 200 others arrested as Egyptian security forces began clearing islamist protest camps in the capital Cairo on 14 August. The military-backed government described the protest camps as violent and unlawful. The biggest sit-ins are in north-eastern Cairo and south of the capital. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

At least 21 were killed in an explosion in Mar Girgis church in Egypt

epa05898868 Security personnel investigate the scene of a bomb explosion inside Mar Girgis church in Tanta, 90km north of Cairo, Egypt, 09 April 2017. According to the Egyptian Health Ministry, at least 21 were killed and 69 injured in a bomb explosion at Mar Girgis Coptic church in the central delta city of Tanta during the Palm Sunday mass. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT

Protest in Cairo

epa03849573 Egyptians supporters of ousted president Morsi hold a banner depicting a hand signaling the number 'four' during a protest in Nasr city in Cairo, Egypt, 03 September 2013. Egypt's crackdown on supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi continued on 03 September with a military court sentenced eleven pro-Morsi rioters to 25 years in prison handing while four television stations were ordered off the air by an administrative court. The four is a reference to the mosque near the bigger sit-in location named Rabaa Adawaiya, Rabaa being the name of a saint but it also meaning 'four' in Arabic. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Opponents of ousted President Morsi Rallly

epa03803160 A general view from an Egyptian army helicoper as Egyptian opponents of ousted president Mohamed Morsi gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, 26 July 2013. Egyptian authorities on 26 July ordered ousted president Mohammed Morsi to be detained for 15 days pending further investigations on charges of conspiring to carry out "hostile acts" in the country, reported state-run newspaper al-Ahram online. Morsi's backers and opponents were, meanwhile, rallying for rival demonstrations across the country, mainly in Cairo. Scores of anti-Islamist activists were turning out at central Cairo's Tahrir Square in response to a call made by army chief Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi, who engineered Morsi's ouster.The Islamist group's followers were also on 26 July flocking to the area of Rabaa al-Adawiya, in north-eastern Cairo, joining many others who have been camping there for weeks to protest what they call a military coup against Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected President. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Sit-in of Morsi supporters cleared in Cairo

epa03824208 Egyptians supporting ousted president Morsi clashes with police outside of Rabaa at Nasr city in Cairo, Egypt, 14 August 2013. According to local media reports, one soldier and dozens of protesters were killed and about 200 others arrested as Egyptian security forces began clearing Islamist protest camps in the capital Cairo on 14 August. The military-backed government described the protest camps as violent and unlawful. The biggest sit-ins are in north-eastern Cairo and south of the capital. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Aftermath of sit-in clearing

epa03825675 People walk inside the burnt Rabaa Adawiya mosque, the morning after the clearing of the sit-in which was held in and around the mosque, in Cairo, Egypt, 15 August 2013. The Egyptian government has said that 522 people were killed in the country on 14 August in violence linked to the police's break-up of major protest camps by Islamists in Cairo. Spokesman Mohammed Fatallah said that the figure included 289 killed in the crackdown on the two pro-Morsi protest vigils in the north-east and south of the capital. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Ramlet Bulaq slum in Cairo

epaselect epa05507604 A picture made available on 23 August 2016 showing Egyptian children playing at a slum near the Nile City Towers (background) in Ramlet Bulaq neighborhood, Cairo, Egypt, 21 August 2016. Ramlet Bulaq residents live in run down shacks that lack basic facilities, such as running water. The Nile City Towers houses company offices, a nightclub, and a hotel. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Pro Morsi protest in Ramsis district in Cairo

epa03789173 An injured is helped as opponents of Mohamed Morsi clash with supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi during a blockade of the Sixth of October-Bridge in Ramsis, Cairo, Egypt, 15 July 2013. Clashes were reported to have erupted in downtown Cairo on 15 July evening between police forces and supporters of Morsi demanding his reinstatement. Violence broke out after police fired teargas at the pro-Morsi protesters to clear the Sixth of October-Bridge, which was completely blocked by the demonstration EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

New Egyptian television channel featuring only niqab-wearing women

epa03326675 Niqab-wearing television presenter Fatma, presents an Arabic grammer program for the new television channel 'Maria' at a studio in Cairo, Egypt, 30 July 2012. Media reports state the Egyptian satellite channel ‘Maria’ started broadcasting at the beginning of the Islamic month of Ramadan. The channel is featuring only women wearing niqab (full Islamic face veil), including presenters, guests and camerawomen. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Cairo

epa03776452 Supporters of the ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi carry a fellow who was shot during the clashes next the headquarters of the Republican Guard, in Cairo, Egypt, 05 July 2013. According to reports, shots were fired during a gathering of supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo, leaving at least one man killed. Backers of Morsi on 05 July staged huge protests across Egypt, where fighting between the Islamist leader's supporters and opponents have raised fears of deadly street violence in the Arab world’s most populous country. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI ATTENTION EDITORS: GRAPHIC CONTENTS

Egyptian protesters demonstrate against President Morsi in Cairo

epa03771890 A general night view of Egyptian protesters as they rally to protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in front of Kopa Palace in Cairo, Egypt, 02 July 2013. Tens of thousands of Egyptians took to the streets nationwide in rival rallies, after President Mohamed Morsi criticized an ultimatum by the military demanding a resolution to a deepening political crisis. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Protesters storm Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo

epa03769340 An Egyptian opposing President Morsi shows a gun that was allegedly used by Muslim Brotherhood members and seized after storming their headquarters, in the al-Moqattam suburban, Cairo, Egypt, 01 July 2013. Medics said at least 12 people were killed in the fighting that started 30 June around the Muslim Brotherhood's biggest offices, in the suburban Cairo area of al-Moqattam. Protesters torched the first floor of the building on 01 July. Activists said Muslim Brotherhood members inside the building responded with live fire and shotgun rounds. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptians opposing President Morsi protest in Cairo

epa03767261 Egyptians opposing President Mohammed Morsi take part in a protest demanding that Morsi leave office, in front of the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, 29 June 2013. Reports state that deepening divisions among ruling Islamists and the largely secular opposition have polarized Egypt, raising fears about wider street violence. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

An Egyptian boy dives near the Lila Murad rock

epa03758722 An Egyptian boy dives into the Mediterranean Sea at the Lila Murad rock, near Mersa Matruh, Egypt, some 500 km north of Cairo, 24 June 2013. Summer finally arrived in the region as temperatures soared to 40 degrees Celsius for the first time in 2013. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptians vote for the first round Parliamentary elections in Cairo

epa03017808 Egyptian army and police soldiers stand guard outside a polling station as voters wait to cast their ballots during the first round of Egypt's Parliamentary elections at a polling station in Cairo, Egypt, 28 November 2011. According to media reports, Polling stations opened 28 November in nine of 27 districts for the first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections, the first since former president Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February. About 17.5 million Egyptians are eligible to vote in the first round that runs for two days, according to government figures. The number of seats up for grabs in the first round is 168, contested by 3,809 candidates. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Tahrir square

epa03011926 Egyptian Army soldiers try to separate protesters and security forces in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, 22 November 2011. According to media reports, at least 30 people were injured in renewed clashes between security forces and protesters on 22 November in central Cairo. The clashes took place on Mohamed Mahmud Street that links Tahrir Square to the heavily guarded Interior Ministry. Security forces fired tear gas while protesters threw stones. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Tahrir square

epa03011907 Protesters run away from tear gas fired by Egyptian riot police during clashes with security forces, in Cairo, Egypt, 22 November 2011. According to media reports, at least 30 people were injured in renewed clashes between security forces and protesters on 22 November in central Cairo. The clashes took place on Mohamed Mahmoud Street that links Tahrir Square to the heavily guarded Interior Ministry. Security forces fired tear gas while protesters threw stones. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Tahrir square

epa03009737 An injured protester is taken way during clashes with security forces, in Cairo, Egypt, 20 November 2011. According to media sources, hundreds of protesters took control of Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital on 20 November, following violent overnight clashes with security forces in which two people were killed and hundreds injured. The protesters were guarding the entrances to the iconic square in central Cairo, from which security forces were forced to withdraw after clashes in which teargas, rubber bullets and shotguns were reportedly used against the demonstrators. Security forces were deployed to protect the nearby headquarters of the Interior Ministry, while traffic was being redirected from the square. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Al Zamalek vs Atletico Madrid

epa02999059 Zamalek players Hazem Emam (L) and Karimu Alhassan (R) fight for the ball with Atletico Madrid's Diego C) during the friendly match Atletico Madrid against Egyptian team Zamalek to celebrate its 100th anniversary in Cairo, Egypt, 10 November 2011 EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Muslim Brotherhood senior official el-Beltagy arrested

epa03841933 (FILE) A file picture dated 05 June 2013 of member of the Egyptian Parliament of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), Mohamed el-Beltagy (C) shouting slogans with protesters in Tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian authorities on 29 August 2013 arrested Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) senior official Mohamed el-Beltagy at Giza. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptian Coptic Christians celebrate Palm Sunday

epa03679838 Egyptian Coptic Christians pray during a mass on the Palm Sunday at Heliopolis in Cairo, Egypt, 28 April 2013. The Orthodox Church marks the Palm processions, which fall on the Sunday before the Easter on 05 May. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Al-Ahly vs Esperance Taragy

epa02919787 Al-Ahly player Ahmed Fathi (L) fights for the ball with Tunisia's Esperance Taragy Khaled Qourbi (R), during the Second leg of their African Champions League (CAF) semi-final soccer match at Cairo stadium in Cairo, Egypt, 16 September 2011. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Mubarak to be sent back to prison

epa03665756 (FILE) A file photo dated 15 April 2013 shows former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak returning to the Maadi military hospital following a court session to look into releasing him in protester deaths case, in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptian authorities on 17 April ordered deposed president Hosni Mubarak to return to prison from a military hospital, as a court set 11 May for his retrial on charges relating to the killing of protesters. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Reports: Cairo court orders release of Mubarak

epa03832392 (FILE) A file photo dated 13 April 2013 shows former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) on a stretcher looking on from behind the bars of a cage inside the court room during his trial at the Police Academy in Cairo, Egypt. Media reports on 21 August 2013 cite Egyptian security sources as saying a court has ordered the release of Mubarak. Reports also state he would be allowed to stay at home for the duration of trial. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes at funeral of Christians killed in Egypt

epa03653103 An Egyptian Muslim man holds a cross and a Koran as he stands on a wall outside the Abbassiya Cathedral, following the funeral of Copts killed in violence the day before, in Cairo, Egypt, 07 April 2013. Clashes broke out on 07 April outside Cairo's main church at a funeral of four Egyptian Christians killed in violence with Muslims. The violence started when angry mourners chanted slogans against President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood group. Unidentified assailants attacked the mourners outside the cathedral with shotguns, petrol bombs and stones. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Protests at the Defense Ministry in Cairo

epa03206400 An Egyptian anti-military protester protects himself after he threw a stone at Egyptian army forces, during clashes at Abbassiya square, near the Defense Ministry in Cairo, Egypt, 04 May 2012. Protesters clashed for the second time in two days after marches converged at the Defense Ministry. On 02 May 2012, clashes left nine people dead after unknown assailants attacked protesters according to the Egyptian military council EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Cairo

epa03652295 Egyptian anti-government protesters during clashes with Egyptian security forces in front of the general prosecutor's office in Cairo, Egypt, 06 April 2013. Police fired tear gas at anti-government protesters who tried to break into the Supreme Court in Cairo, the online edition of the state-run newspaper al-Ahram reported. The protesters, mostly from the opposition April 06 movement, set off fireworks at security forces and chanted slogans against Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, the report said. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Subsidized cooking gas selling center in Egypt

epa03648551 A woman carries a cooking gas cylinder at a selling depot in Cairo, Egypt, 03 April 2013. Egypt increased the price of state-subsidized cooking gas cylinders as officials prepare to negotiate with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on a much-needed 4.8-billion-dollar loan to revitalize an economy battered by political upheaval and strikes. Egyptian officials are expected to pitch an economic reform plan that includes a revamp of state energy subsidies and tax hikes in the talks. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptian women prepare Egyptian sweets filled with honey and nuts using a traditional oven in Tanta

epa02880875 Egyptian women prepare Kahk, an Egyptian speciality filled with honey and nuts, using a traditional oven outdoors in Tanta, north of Cairo, Egypt, 25 August 2011. Egyptian Muslims prepare to celebrate Eid el Fitr, the religious festival that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan on 01 September. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Protest at Cairo's Tahrir square

epa02864800 Egyptian protesters react after some protesters threw stones at military police standing guard at Cairo's Tahrir Square at Tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 12 August 2011. According to media sources, some 30 liberal groups and three Muslim Sufi orders gathered on 12 August for a rally which organizers say is aimed at emphasizing Egypt's secular identity. Islamists slammed the gathering as divisive. Security and military troops were deployed across the square in the run-up of the rally that is due to continue until the early hours of 13 August. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

clashes between security forces and some groups protesting against the clearing of Tahrir square

epa02852285 An Egyptian protester escapes from security forces outside Tahrir square, in Cairo, Egypt, 02 August, 2011, during clashes between security forces and some groups protesting against the clearing of Tahrir square. According to media reports, Egyptian army forces stormed central Cairo's Tahrir square to disperse the several hundred demonstrators who were camping out there to press the country's military rulers for more political reforms. Major political groups decided on 31 July to suspend their sit-in, which began three weeks ago, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Clashes in Cairo

epa03579606 An Egyptian protester runs from tear gas fired during clashes with security forces, after an anti-government protest near the Ittihadeya presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, 11 February 2013. Clashes erupted between protesters and security forces at the Ittehadiya Presidential Palace in Heliopolis late evening, following demonstrations commemorating the two-year anniversary of the fall of former president Hosni Mubarak. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Smokes billow out of chimneys at factory

epa03537756 Smokes billow out of chimneys at factory in the Giza neighbourhood of Badrashin, about 40 km west of Cairo, Egypt, 15 January 2013. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptian court orders retrial for Mubarak

epa03533267 Egyptian supporters of former president Hosni Mubarak hold his portraits and celebrate after judges ordered a retrial for Mubarak, in Cairo, Egypt, 13 January 2013. Reports state that an Egyptian court ordered a retrial for Mubarak for complicity in the killing of protesters during the popular uprising in 2011. Mubarak was sentenced to life in prison, after being accused of failing to prevent the killings of protesters. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Christian Coptics Christmas mass

epa03526615 Pope Tawadros II leader of the Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church leads the Christmas mass held at the Coptic Cathedral of Saint Marcos in Cairo, Egypt, 06 January 2013. The mass is celebrated at the end of 43 days of Christian fastening. The Christian community represents 10 percent of the Egyptian population of 90 million persons EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

New Egyptian parliament holds first session

epa03074229 A Parliament member (R) speaks upa nd is tried to be calmed down by a colleague during the first Egyptian parliament session after the revolution that ousted former President Hosni Mubarak, in Cairo, Egypt, 23 January 2012. Egypt's newly-elected parliament held its inaugural session on 23 January, with Islamists dominating the first assembly since the overthrow of president Hosni Mubarak last year. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI/POOL

Egyptians vote for the third round Parliamentary elections in Cairo

epa03048131 An Egyptian woman (2-L) is about to cast her balot, during the third round of the country's parliamentary election, in a polling in Shubra, Cairo, Egypt, 03 January 2012. Polling stations in Egypt opened on 03 January in the third and final round of voting in the parliamentary elections, where Islamists are set to dominate the new assembly. Voting is to take place over two days. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Libyan anti-government forces near Ajdabiya

epa02648757 A Libyan family flees Ajdabya to Benghazi on the road between Ajdabiya and Benghazi, Eastern Libya, 23 March 2011. According to Libyan media sources, rebels vowed they would reclaim Ajdabiya, just west of the opposition stronghold Benghazi, by nightfall. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Libyan anti-government forces near Ajdabiya

epa02647910 A Libyan woman takes pictures of two children on a tank near the road between Ajdabiya and Benghazi, Eastern Libya, 22 March 2011. Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi were on 22 March continuing their attacks on rebels in several cities in the western part of the country, rebels said, after a third night of airstrikes by international forces. Coalition airstrikes took out radar sites near the eastern city of Benghazi as well. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Libyan rebels are seen during fighting with the Libyan army

epa02622211 Rebel fighters pray during a day of constant bombardment by Libyan airforce aircraft at the rebel held position near Ras Lanuf, Libya, 08 March 2011. By mid afternoon the postion had been attacked four times with 7 bombs landing the area. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Libyan rebels are seen during fighting with the Libyan army

epa02622203 Rebel fighters react during bombing from the Libyan airforce during a day of constant bombardment at the rebel held position near Ras Lanuf, Libya, 08 March 2011. By mid afternoon the postion had been attacked four times with 7 bombs landing the area. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Libyan rebels are seen during fightings with the Libyan army loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi at the front line, at limits of Ras Lanuf some 200km from Gaddafi's hometown of SirTE, Libya,

epa02621783 A Libyan rebel fighter crawls across a road as he and comrades are bombarded by air at their positions by the Libyan air force loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi at the front line, on the limits of Ras Lanuf some 200km from Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte, Libya, 08 March 2011. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Underground prison at al-Katiba military base

epa02603031 A Libyan boy visits the underground prison at the Al-Katiba military base, in Benghazi, eastern Libya, 26 February 2011. On the wall behimd him inscription reads 'he falls' (reffereing to Leader Muammar Gaddafi). Embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has remained defiant in the face of widespread international condemnation and the demands of tens of thousands of Libyans to relinquish power after 41 years of rule. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Aftermath of resignation of President Hosni Mubarak

epa02577928 An Egyptian teenager looks on a he sits inside a damaged minibus at Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, one day after the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, 12 February 2011. The writing on the outside of the bus reads, in Arabic, 'freedom bus'. Life began to return to normal in Cairo on 12 February after all-night celebrations following former president Hosni Mubarak's resignation, as people waited for the military, now in power, to announce its next move. Civilians and soldiers removed road blocks in and around Tahrir Square, the focal point of the demonstrations of the last few weeks. Thousands of people remained in the square, many of them cleaning the streets and garden areas. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Aftermath of resignation of President Hosni Mubarak

epa02577904 An Egyptian woman (R) takes a photo of her son (L) posing on top of a tank at Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, one day after the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, 12 February 2011. Life began to return to normal in Cairo on 12 February after all-night celebrations following former president Hosni Mubarak's resignation, as people waited for the military, now in power, to announce its next move. Civilians and soldiers removed road blocks in and around Tahrir Square, the focal point of the demonstrations of the last few weeks. Thousands of people remained in the square, many of them cleaning the streets and garden areas. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigns

epa02576809 Egyptian anti-government protesters celebrate minutes after the announcement on television of the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, Cairo, Egypt, 11 February 2011. It was announced by vice president Omar Suleiman 11 February that Egyptian President Hosny Mubarak had resigned. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, 82, ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Supporters of the Mubarak demonstrate and head towards Tahrir square in Cairo

epa02561344 An Egyptian child is held up to kiss a portrait depicting Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak as supporters of the Mubarak demonstrate and head towards Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, 02 February 2011. Media reports state on 02 February 2011 that clashes broke out in the main square of the Egyptian capital between supporters and opponents of beleaguered President Hosni Mubarak, following a call by the army for protesters to return home after nine days of anti-government demonstrations. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Coptic Orthodox Christmas Eve mass in Cairo

epaselect epa09670632 A Coptic priest prays during a Coptic Orthodox Christmas Eve mass at the Angel Mikhail church in Cairo, Egypt, 06 January 2022. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Avenue Of Sphinxes opened to public

epa09604576 People stand at the Avenue of Sphinxes at the site of the ancient Egyptian Temple of Luxor, in Luxor, Egypt, 26 November 2021. The 3,000-year-old ancient promenade Avenue of Sphinxes (El Kebbash Road) was opened to the public after years of restauration with a grand ceremony on 25 November. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI

Avenue of Sphinxes opened for public in Luxor

epa09603401 Fireworks illuminate the sky during the opening ceremony of the Avenue of Sphinxes at the ancient Temple of Luxor, in Luxor, Egypt, 25 November 2021. The 3,000-year-old ancient promenade Avenue of Sphinxes (El Kebbash Road) was opened to the public after years of restauration with a grand ceremony. EPA-EFE/KHALED ELFIQI
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