Archaeologists in Egypt have displayed items, including a mummy, from one of two previously unexplored tombs in the ancient Nile city of Luxor.
A mummy dating back about 3,500 years is among items discovered in the two tombs.
- Egypt announces the discovery of a tomb in Luxor belonging to a royal goldsmith who lived more than 3,500 years ago in the 18th Dynasty.
- The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announces the discovery of eight mummies, 10 colorful sarcophagi, and numerous figurines in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the Valley of the Kings in Luxor.
- Spanish archaeologists in Luxor announce the discovery of an approximately 3000 year old mummy in "near perfect" condition.
- A suicide bomber targets the Karnak temple site in the ancient Egyptian city of Luxor. Two militants were shot nearby, four Egyptians were wounded with no tourists hurt in the attack.
- Archaeologists unearth a painted, human-shaped sarcophagus that's 3,600 years old -- with a mummy still inside in Luxor, Egypt.