Families of the victims of the Luxor hot air balloon crash have been asked to come to Egypt from across the world to identify their loved ones.
The bodies of those killed in Tuesday's tragedy have been flown to Cairo overnight.
Daybreak's Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford has the latest from Luxor.
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