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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E-coli found at Egyptian hotel where UK couple diedHigh levels of e-coli were found during tests at the Egyptian hotel where a British couple died last month, but their deaths are still being treated as unexplained, travel operator Thomas Cook said Wednesday.Thomas Cook moved all its other customers from the hotel after the couple died in what their daughter called "suspicious" circumstances.The company said it was unclear what caused the deaths of the couple in their 60s, while Egyptian authorities initially pointed to natural causes and said there were no signs of violence.
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