Report from 2013.
"Looters will strip Egypt of most of its archaeological heritage within the next quarter century, an archaeologist warned at a U.S. State Department hearing this week." Source: Archaeology News Network (2014).
"'Wholesale looting is occurring all over Egypt, and we are seeing a big spike that came after the revolution,' says archaeologist Sarah Parcak, who testified [at] a three-day hearing at the State Department. 'If we don't do something to stop it, most sites in Egypt will be gone in 25 years.'"
Comment: It's surprising that Egypt hasn't been completely pillaged already, considering that tomb-robbing goes all the way back to the time of the pharaohs. The black market in artifacts is thriving, however, and the fact that all of this looting is still going on just shows how much ancient Egypt left behind. In some ways, the country is one gigantic graveyard.