Egypt's tourist industry at standstill
Attempts to return Egypt to normality after two weeks of deadly anti-government protests have suffered a number of setbacks as protesters stand firm.
Away from Cairo's Tahrir Square the toll on the economy and on people's livelihoods is increasingly clear. Tourism in particular is at a standstill.
The BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson has been to see the impact on traders near the Pyramids and the Sphinx.
07 Feb 2011
- From the section Middle East