A bus overturned on Wednesday in South Sinai, 15 kilometers away from Sharm El-Sheikh city, killing 2 people and injuring 43 others. Casualties are also Egyptians.
The dead bodies were taken to the mortuary, while the injured were taken to Aswan University Hospital.
16 firefighting vehicles are dealing with the fire.
Turkey may be hiding its losses and exaggerating the size of damage it caused among the Syrian Arab Army.
The fire has reportedly caused deaths and injuries, a security source and local media said on Wednesday.
Six construction workers have been killed in an accident at Newmont's Ahafo gold mine in Ghana, forcing the surface mine to suspend its operations.
Deaths among Palestinians soared to six after two were killed in clashes with Israeli forces on Tuesday.
An explosion rocked the Afghan capital on Thursday near a gathering of supporters of regional leader Atta Mohammad Noor and casualties were feared.
The Taliban militants and their local leaders suffered heavy casualties during the operations in Sangin, and Washir districts, southern Helmand province of Afghanistan.
An earthquake measuring 6.3 struck off the eastern coast of Japan on Friday.
A car bomb exploded near a bus stop in a district of Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Thursday, causing an unknown number of casualties.
The facade of an uninhabited building in Cairo's Shubra El Kheima district collapsed on Friday, with no casualties reported.
Eight members of Muslim Brotherhood (MB) have been sentenced to death over an attack on a police station in Damanhour, Beheira, north of Cairo.
Egypt strongly condemned the massive attack in Kabul, Afghanistan Wednesday morning which hit near the Egyptian Embassy and left 80 dead.
The movement of trains in Upper Egypt has resumed on the two lines in Badrashin.