Report: Explosion occurs on Egyptian tourist bus in Sinai near Israeli border

February 16, 2014 14:43


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Egyptian state television reported Sunday that an explosion occured in the Sinai peninsula on a tourist bus near the Israeli border.

There were reports of casualties in the incident.

An explosion was heard in Israel on the Egyptian side of the Taba border crossing.

Magen David Adom has sent ambulances to the Israeli side of the terminal, but has not received any word of injuries at this time.

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