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chemical factory blast


At least 12 people were injured and taken to hospital after an explosion on Thursday night in a chemicals factory outside Egypt’s main airport in Cairo.

A plume of smoke could be seen rising from at the scene of the explosion:

Egyptian army spokesman said the blast was caused by high temperatures in a storage facility belonging to a local petrochemicals company.

Aviation Minister Younis al-Masri said air traffic at the airport was unaffected by the explosion, which could be heard across the area.

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Boy, four, in court for kissing classmate, three


A four-year-old boy ended up in an Egyptian court charged with assault after accused of kissing his classmate, three.

The boy’s father – told the privately-owned al-Mehwar TV their nightmare had started after the girl’s father saw him kissing her.

But it was finally ended after a judge sitting in a juvenile misdemeanour court in Damanhour, north-west of Cairo, decided to throw the case out.

The judge even hugged the boy before letting him go.

Photos of the boy and his father smiling broadly as they left court have been widely shared on social media.

But many have questioned how the case even came to be.

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EgyptAir Airline says flight from Paris to Cairo missing


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According to flightradar24, the plane was an Airbus A320 and its last known position was above the Mediterranean Sea.

National carrier EgyptAir said on Thursday,May 19, 2016, a flight from Paris to Cairo had disappeared from radar before entering Egyptian airspace.
“An official source at EGYPTAIR stated that Flight no MS804, which departed Paris at 23:09 (CEST), heading to Cairo has disappeared from radar,” the airline said on its Twitter account.
CNN said the plane was carrying 59 passengers and 10 crew. A later Tweet by EgyptAir said the plane, which was travelling at an altitude of 37,000 feet (11,280 metres), disappeared about 80 miles (130 km) before it was due to enter Egyptian airspace.
According to flightradar24.com, the plane was an Airbus A320 and its last known position was above the Mediterranean Sea.
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Source: Pulse.ng