A hot air balloon carrying around 20 people, including tourists, has crashed in Egypt.
According to a security source that spoke to Ahram Arabic website, the hot-air balloon crashed due to strong wind.
The health ministry identified the dead person as a 36-year-old woman.
The balloon was carrying both Egyptians and foreign tourists, with the nationality of the latter not yet having been disclosed.
The injured are being treated at Luxor International Hospital.
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This was exacerbated by the 2015 Russian plane crash, which killed all 224 passengers and crew on board, a lot of them Russian tourists.
The balloon plunged 1,000ft into a sugar cane field.
In 2016, Egypt temporarily halted balloon flights after 22 Chinese tourists suffered minor injuries in a crash landing.
The balloons, which provide spectacular views of ancient Karnak and the temples of Luxor, are now monitored by cameras and banned from flying above 2,000 metres.