Wreckage from the crashed EgyptAir flight MS804 has been "spotted" by search crews, a committee investigating the crash has confirmed.
According to the Egyptian Investigation Committee the deep sea ocean search vessel John Lethbridge identified several main locations of the flight wreckage and has provided images of the wreckage to investigators.
An Egyptian passenger plane has made an emergency landing due to a bomb threat.
The plane, en route from Cairo to Beijing, landed in Uzbekistan, according to airline Uzbekistan Airways.
All 118 passengers and 17 crew were safely evacuated from the plane, the company said.
Security services have begun to examine the aircraft.
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More than 80 people were injured after a fire erupted in a hotel in Egypt's capital Cairo.
The fire quickly spread to four nearby buildings in the Al Losky neighbourhood near the city's Al Azhar mosque.
The cause of the blaze was not immediately known and no deaths have been reported.
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Francois Hollande just about managed to keep a straight face as the Egyptian orchestra did its thing.Read the full story ›
Italian ministers appear to have confirmed earlier reports that up to 400 people had died after their boats capsized on the way to Europe.Read the full story ›
A suspected hijacker who took several hostages on board an EgyptAir plane, forcing it to divert to Cyprus, has now been arrested.Read the full story ›
Canadian singer Bryan Adams has hit out at Egyptian customs officials after they defaced his guitar with green pen.Read the full story ›
Around 100 British troops are to be deployed in Egypt to help an international peacekeeping force.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced that a squadron of the Royal Engineers will be sent there for up to 12 weeks, starting in March.
In a written statement to Parliament he said they would provide engineering support to the Multinational Force and Observers, which operates in the Sinai peninsula and works to oversee the 1979 peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.
The deployment begins in March 2016 and will involve approximately 100 personnel from the Corps of the Royal Engineers carrying out a range of infrastructure improvement works at the MFO main operating base in Sinai for up to 12 weeks.
The UK has a long history of supporting the MFO and currently provides the MFO with an engineer officer of the rank of major to serve on the force commander's staff.