Three European tourists are recovering from injuries after they were stabbed in one of Egypt's coastal resort towns.
This could be another blow to Egypt's tourism industry at a time the economy is reeling from a financial crisis and political reform. (Video via National Geographic)
Many of Egypt's iconic tourism spots could be hurting financially, like the Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the seven wonders of the world. Those destinations might not have the funds to keep employees paid.
In December, Egyptian banks tried to help by lengthening loan due dates by six months for investors who stalled on repaying their debt. Still, some worry that won't be enough.
The Sinai plane crash in October left the coastal town of Sharm el-Sheikh nearly vacated the following month. Airlines from both Britain and Russia halted flights to the classic Egyptian destination. (Video via RT)
And in September, government forces accidentally killed eight Mexican tourists and injured several others, who they believed were terrorists.
This video includes images from Getty Images and Joonas Plaan / CC BY 2.0.