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Daesh terrorist group claimed responsibility for the downing of the Russian plane.
Last year the Egyptian authorities denied they were planning to keep one terminal at Hurghada's airport open solely for Russian tourist flights.
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We emphasize that it is the responsibility of the Egyptian authorities to clarify the circumstances of the death.
On its part, the Polish side seeks full access to information about the inquiry, including medical records which will help ascertain what caused the death of the Polish citizen." Around 200,000 Russians live in Hurghada and a consulate was opened there in January.
Passenger flights from Russia to Egypt were suspended due to security reasons after the crash of the Russian A321 airliner on October 31, 2015, which was hit by the bomb blast on board.
Video footage has emerged which showed her lashing out at several men and acting erratically only a few hours before her death.
Officials clamping down on what it considers to be breaches of morality have in some cases resulted in the arrest and torture of those suspected of engaging in homosexual activity, who face allegations of immorality or blasphemy.
One underground campaigner, known as Samia A, is quoted in the piece as saying: “Since October 2013, there has been a real manhunt for gay people in Egypt.“The police aren’t just targeting well-known gay hangouts, they are increasingly raiding homes when they think there is an LGBT party going on.“I think the new intensity of this repression is tied to the political situation in Egypt.
Since President [Abdel Fattah el-Sisi] came to power, he has wanted to show Egyptians that he is as conservative as the ousted Muslim Brotherhood.” Samia said that the support group offers help to an LGBT person when they're arrested and contacts lawyers who’d be able to help.“We also tell [our members] to be careful, to not give out personal information online and to avoid any applications that use geolocalisation like Grindr, Hornit, Scruff, Gay Dating, etc,” Samia added.
More and more women from Poland have shared their experiences and said they were drugged in that hotel," Natalia Muszynska, from Lodz, told Sputnik.
She said suspicion was also falling on one Egyptian man, who had reportedly been acting strangely and offering European women money for sex.
According to a report on , the country’s police have resorted to social media and GPS-enabled applications to locate gay and lesbian civilians.