Explosives & Weapons

  Posted on: Sunday, May 19, 2019
Bomb Explodes Near Tourist Bus in Egypt, Sending 3 to Hospital
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A bomb exploded today near the Grand Egyptian Museum in Egypt, injuring a number of people on a tour bus. No group has claimed responsibility for the blast, caused by a device planted close to the museum’s fence. Among those injured were a number of South Africans; of the 28 passengers, several people were injured and three were taken to a local hospital.

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