Sinai: Egyptian forces kill 3 terror suspects

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June 3, 2006 11:40

 
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Three terror suspects were killed by Egyptian security forces in Sinai on Saturday morning. The three were allegedly involved in the terror attacks at Dahab on the southern coast of the peninsula that killed 20 people. The suspects, two of them brothers, were killed in a shootout with Egyptian forces in a farm in northern Sinai. Three other terror suspects were arrested earlier elsewhere in the Sinai peninsula.

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