Four people were killed on
Wednesday when a car bomb exploded at an intelligence facility
in Egypt's Sinai, state television reported.
More than 10 people were wounded in the attack. The Sinai,
which borders Israel and the Gaza Strip, has seen a sharp rise
in militant attacks since the army ousted Islamist president
Mohamed Morsi in July.
An earlier report by state TV said four people were wounded
when rocket-propelled grenades were fired at a military facility
in Sinai. It was not clear if this was a separate attack.
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