Four Israeli diplomats returned to Cairo after the evacuation of embassy staff earlier this month, Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram's English-language website reported Monday.
Diplomats were airlifted back to Israel when Egyptian protesters breached a wall surrounding the embassy, and broke into an apartment housing mission archives.
Among the diplomats that reportedly flew back to the Egyptian capital were "the consul, an adviser, the head of security, and his deputy."
The report also said that it was unclear if the diplomats were returning to the embassy in Giza or to an another undisclosed location.
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