At least one million people are expected to flock to a "once in a generation" exhibition about the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun which opens in Paris this weekend.
It was the ambitious New York exhibition that brought together haute couture and Vatican treasures, treading delicately so as to keep the Catholic Church on side, and it appears to have paid off.
Egypt's antiquities ministry said on Sunday that tests had debunked a theory that there are hidden chambers next to the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings.
Paintings by top Egyptian artists shared wall space with hieroglyphs and Pharaonic relics at Cairo’s Egyptian Museum this week in an exhibition highlighting ancient influences on contemporary art.
To mark the 65th anniversary of Egypt’s July Revolution, Việt Nam News presents an article written by Youssef K. Hanna, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Arab Republic of Egypt to Việt Nam.