The Revd Mark Oakley, Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral explains what's behind the exhibition.
Twenty five life-size donkeys have been given pride of place in St Paul's Cathedral as part of an interfaith exhibition. They've been painted by Egyptian and Western artists, to show solidarity for the people of egypt.
All 25 donkeys have been transported from Cairo for the Caravan exhibition. Each artist, whether Muslim or Christian, was asked to decorate the fibreglass donkey, created by noted Egyptian artist Reda Abdel Rahman.
The exhibition runs from today until 23 September, after which they will be auctioned at Sotheby's, with all proceeds going to charities in Egypt.
The family and friends of Chloe Johnson have gathered in Forest Hill to pay their final respects.
The five-year-old drowned in a swimming pool in Egypt a month ago.
Her family say they're still waiting for an investigation into her death.
Clare Fernyhough reports:
Police in Egypt have denied reports that two Egyptian lifeguards have been arrested following the death of five year-old Chloe Johnson on Friday.
Chloe from Forest Hill drowned in a swimming pool while on holiday in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.
Police say they are continuing with the investigation.
It is being reported that two lifeguards have been arrested at the Egyptian holiday resort where five year-old Chloe Johnson died on Friday.
Chloe from Forest Hill drowned in a swimming pool while on holiday at the Coral Sea Waterworld hotel in Sharm El Sheikh.
Her parents have claimed that no life guards were present when she died.
The headteacher of the school attended by five-year-old Chloe Johnson who drowned in a hotel pool in Egypt has paid tribute to her, saying she was "artistic and creative, always trying her best".
Chloe, from Forest Hill, died in a waterpark at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel, in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, on Friday.
The parents of five year-old Chloe Johnson have spoken to ITV London about the tragedy.
Chloe was found dead after going to play in a pool at the resort in Sharm-El-Sheikh.
Her parents say they were not given any professional help and were left for hours before an ambulance came to take her body away.