The statue of Princess Iset was discovered at the temple of her pharaoh father on the western bank of the Nile in the southern city of Luxor
Both sides have made clear their political will to reach a long-term accord and have scheduled a series of meetings in coming months
Saudi Arabia has officially declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a 'terrorist' organization.
Residents said the man was found shot dead on a sandy football pitch in the town of Shahr in Hadramout province.
Syrian opposition bloc Ahmed Jarba was punched three times as he tried to separate rivals as a heated argument over the dismissal of commander Salim Idriss turned violent.
The government said it had referred the bill to interim president Adly Mansour for endorsement.
The Arab diplomatic source attributed the Saudi plan to a recent diplomatic standoff with Qatar.
Dozens of foreign female activists had hoped to mark the International Women Day, which is marked on March 8 of every year, in the Gaza Strip.
The OPCW official said there were seven "hardened" aircraft hangars and five underground facilities and "none of them have been destroyed"
"The Egyptian ambassador to Qatar will not return to Doha at the moment," a cabinet statement said.
Twenty-one minutes into the flight, the Baghdad airport station manager called MEA operations to tell them there was no clearance to land. The plane then returned to Beirut and the passengers disembarked.
The Free Syrian Army split over the ouster of commander Salim Idriss, who rejected his dismissal and said ground commanders intended to cut their relations with the interim defense minister, Assad al-Mustafa.
The comment suggests Doha is unlikely to abandon support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and Syrian rebels.
The clash at the U.N. Human Rights Council came after three policemen were killed on Monday by a bomb at a protest in Daih
In February, Egyptian authorities announced that they had uncovered and prosecuted an Israeli spy ring operating inside the country. The six Israelis charged in the case, including four military intelligence officers, are being tried in absentia.
Armed men on a motorbike opened fire on Colonel Abdel-Malak al-Azri of Yemen's Political Security Office near Sanaa airport, killing him instantly, according to the ministry's website.
Morsi and 14 other defendants – including seven tried in absentia – are charged with inciting the murder of opposition demonstrators during clashes that broke out between Morsi's supporters and opponents outside Ittihadiya.
The Syrian government and the opposition have accused each other of using chemical weapons, banned under international law, and both have denied it.
On Wednesday, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain recalled their ambassadors from Qatar over Doha's perceived support for Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt's Interior Ministry has described a report by the country's human rights watchdog about the dispersal of a major protest camp in support of ousted president Mohamed Morsi in Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya Square in August as "neutral."
Last month, Egyptian prosecutors charged the defendants – eight in custody and 12 in absentia – with belonging to a "terrorist" group and providing it with money, information and equipment.