Third attack in Egypt kills police officer in Suez city, bringing death toll to 27

By REUTERS
January 29, 2015 23:58

 
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A third attack by suspected Islamist militants in Egypt killed a police officer in Suez city, raising the death toll from the three attacks to 27, medical and security sources said on Thursday.

The roadside bomb in Suez followed a bomb attack on security buildings in Al-Arish, the capital of North Sinai province and another attack on a security checkpoint in Rafah in the province.

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