A former Egyptian culture minister has been charged with corruption.
State media said Farouk Hosni, who served for more than two decades under Hosni Mubarak, had failed to explain how he had about $3m (£1.9m) in assets.
Mr Hosni insisted that his wealth had been legally obtained through investments and sales of his paintings.
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