IDF announces discovery of bomb on Israel-Egypt border

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April 8, 2010 21:53

 
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IDF troops discovered an explosive device on the Israel-Egypt border on Wednesday night.

The army announced Thursday that sappers safely detonated the device, found north of Mount Harif.

The security establishment said that it was probable that the bomb originated from Sinai, but stressed it had no clear idea who was behind the planting of the device and when it was placed.

Such incidents are considered rare on the border with Egypt.

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