At least five people have died and another two dozen were injured after an apartment building collapsed in the Egyptian capital.
Rescue workers are looking for any survivors trapped under rubble of the nine-storey building in the el-Salam neighbourhood of Cairo.
Khalid Abdel-Al, the administrative head of Cairo governorate, said at least 24 people were injured and had been taken to hospital.
Police cordoned off the area, and workers were seen using bulldozers to clear away debris.
It is not immediately clear what caused the building’s collapse.
An engineering committee has been formed to examine the structural integrity of neighbouring buildings, Mr Abdel-Al said.