Egyptian police kill terrorist from Sinai attack

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May 9, 2006 13:38

 
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Egyptian police in the Sinai peninsula shot and killed Nasser Khamis Malachi, a member of the terror organization behind the terror attack on the Sinai city of Dahab just over two weeks ago. 24 people were killed and over 60 were wounded in the bombing. It was the third terror strike on a Sinai resort in less than two years, Army Radio reported.

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