Twenty-eight mummies were found in the vaults of a cemetery in the province of Al-Mina, south of Cairo, in the Tuna al-Jabal region of central Egypt.
The burial pits, found in the archaeological excavation area, lead to "a number of hidden passages within the mummies' vaults," according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, which confirmed that the burial site included 28 non-royal mummies.
The Aceh tsunami is a museum that tells the stories of the tragedy in Indonesia, which took place on Sunday, December 26, 2004, in the province of Aceh in the far north of Indonesia's Sumatra island. Thousands of people died after the waves reached about 30 meters.
International vision: The Egyptian security services revealed the details of the killing of Rawan Mohamed Al-Husseini, the world champion in speedball, whose body was found on the roof of a building on Al-Jaish Street in Desouk, Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate.
Security disaster, if determined to exist, but they also reveal, corridors "rats terrorism."
It enables the press to "Daily Mail", Glenn Koc, in achieving an investigative photographer, enables access to London twice without highlighting his passport; and through the train trip from Brussels to "night," and then to London.