A pair of newlyweds died in a car crash as they drove in from their honeymoon at an Egyptian resort town.
The couple were killed when their car overturned between the coastal cities of El Tor and Abu Rudeis in the Egyptian governorate of South Sinai last week.
The emergency services said the pair died from serious multiple injuries.
Police named the groom as Amr Oraiba, secretary for the Homeland political party who came from Ismailia Governorate.
His wife was identified as Dr Fatima Mamdouh, an assistant teacher at the Suez Canal University.
The couple tied the knot at the end of June in the city of Ismailia in front of their family and friends.
They then travelled to Sharm el-Sheikh, an Egyptian resort town between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea, for their honeymoon.
Their car overturned while driving back from their romantic holiday.
The couple’s bodies were transported to Ismailia Governorate for burial at the Kassab Cemetery in Al-Mahsamah.
Suez Canal University head Dr Nasser Mandour expressed his sadness at the couple’s death on the university’s website.