Officials hope the find can help the suffering tourism industry.Archaeologists working in Egypt announced on Wednesday that they had discovered a city dating back more than 7,000 years about 250 miles (390 kilometers) south of Cairo.Jealousy is part of an Egyptian man as much as hypocrisy is part of society.
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() The find was located near the well-known ancient Egyptian city of Abydos, most famous for its temple dedicated to Seti I, the father of the most famous pharaoh in history – Ramesses the Great.
Egyptian police are using Grindr and other dating apps to find and arrest members of the country's LGBT community, reports suggest.
() Egyptian authorities have given credence to a theory that Nefertiti's tomb lay behind a wall in Tutankhamun's burial chamber, by vowing to investigate.
Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves first made the claims in August.
Officers have allegedly utilised the gay dating app to pinpoint the location of people suspected of being LGBT.