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The once bustling resort of Sharm El Sheikh appears little more than a ghost town after terror attacks cause its lifeblood of tourists to stay away
The Egyptian resort on the Red Sea is still suffering after the downing of a Russian holiday jet. The number of tourists visiting last month has almost halved compared to the same time last year. A welcoming sign (bottom right) belies the reality of empty swimming pools (top left) and abandoned hotels (top right, bottom left).
The UK Foreign Office is still advising against all but essential travel by air to Sharm El Sheikh airport. Travel firms including Thomas Cook have cancelled all bookings to the resort. The average number of nights tourists are spending in the country went down by 67.2 per cent in February this year compared to 2015, from 9.2 to 5.5.