21 Die in Flooding in Egypt
Severe thunderstorms moved through Egypt on Thursday and Friday sparking flooding that killed 21 people.
Six children are among the victims.
As a result, officials closed government offices, airports, schools, and businesses.
60 millimetres of rain fell in Cairo, far above the monthly average of 4 millimetres.
Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly said the storms were the worst in decades.