Bomb in northern Sinai kills Egyptian soldier, wounds 2 others

By REUTERS
January 4, 2014 17:14

 
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CAIRO - A bomb exploded under an armored vehicle near the Egyptian North Sinai town of Areesh on Saturday, killing one army soldier and wounding at least two others, security sources told Reuters.

Armed men planted the explosive device on the road used by army vehicles in Egypt's campaign against militant Islamists in Sinai, the sources said. It went off when the armored vehicle drove over it.

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