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General Prosecution orders handing Hurghada s deceased tourists to UK embassy

CAIRO - 7 September 2018: Egypt’s Attorney General Nabil Sadek ordered Friday to hand the bodies of late two British tourists to the representative of the UK embassy in Cairo, after finishing the forensic examination.

In official statement released Friday, the general prosecution affirmed that investigations are going on, to determine the cause of the two tourists’ death in the Red Sea’s resort of Hurghada, to publically announce the investigations’ results in due course.

John and Susan Cooper, British tourists, died at different times in Hurghada on August 21, as a result of circulatory collapse, according to statement of Red Sea governorate.

According to the governorate’s statement, John, 69, died inside his room in the hotel on Tuesday morning. The statement added that preliminary medical reports revealed that he died of a circulatory collapse and cardiac arrest. John’s body was moved to the Hurghada General Hospital.

Four days following the incident, General Prosecution’s office affirmed in official statement that no toxic gas emissions or leak were detected in the room, based on reports of a technical team that has examined the hotel room. All equipment in the room are operating normally, the statement added.

Conducting a medical report, a Health Ministry medical inspector denied the presence of any criminal activity concerning the death of John, the statement added.

Egypt’s government affirmed its full commitment to announce the results of the British couple death’s investigation.

During a meeting held between Egypt’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, and Minister of Tourism Rania al-Mashat and Thomas Cook Group Chief Executive Peter Fankhauser, the tragic deaths of John and Susan Cooper were discussed, as both sides affirmed their commitment and earnestness to the investigation.

In a statement issued by Thomas Cook Travel Company, it was stated that Fankhauser reiterated his personal commitment, and

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