A picture taken on August 25, 2018 shows the entrance of the General Hospital of Hurghada in Egypt's Red Sea resort to which a British couple on holiday who died within hours of each other were transported a day before. / AFP / MOHAMED EL-SHAHED
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Egyptian pathologists should next week complete the autopsies of a British couple who died on holiday, officials said Thursday, pledging to "leave no stone unturned" in determining the cause of death.Thomas Cook's chief executive Peter Fankhauser jetted into Cairo Wednesday to meet Egypt's prime minister and tourism minister and follow up on the investigations.Egyptian authorities have already said that there were no toxic gas leaks from the appliances in the couple's room.Thomas Cook called the meeting with the Egyptian officials "constructive" and said it had been given reassurances that answers would be provided "as swiftly as possible".
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