Egyptian police discovers 2 tons of explosives on Gaza border

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September 1, 2009 17:55

 
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Egyptian police discovered two tons of explosives hidden near the border with the Gaza Strip, Reuters quoted security sources as saying Tuesday. The find was the second in the last three days in Rafah, a city which straddles the Egypt-Gaza border. A source said police had found the entrances to four tunnels Monday and thwarted an attempt Sunday to smuggle 500 kilos of explosives into Gaza.

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