At least 11 people were killed and
more than 100 wounded in a massive explosion at a security
compound in Egypt's Nile Delta town of Dakahlyia on Tuesday, a
month before a vote on a new constitution key to transition from
Cabinet spokesman Sherief Shawki blamed the blast on the
Muslim Brotherhood group of former Islamist President Mohamed
Morsi, and said Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi had officially
declared the group a terrorist organisation.
A security source said the blast may have been caused by a
car bomb, but it was not clear if it was suicide attack or not.
State TV said at least 11 people were killed and more than
100 hurt. It said the attack was the worst in the city's history
and two senior security officials were among the wounded.
Another security source it was still unclear what caused the
explosion, "but it seems to be a big one that led to the
collapse of parts of the security building."