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Two Students Killed In North Egypt Terror Attack

Two Students Killed In North Egypt Terror Attack

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At least two students of a military academy in Kafr El-Sheikh, northern Egypt, have been killed and six other civilians injured after a micro-bus exploded near a sports stadium.

According to Al-Ahram, the bomb detonated as students had awaited a bus near the Stadium to take them home to Cairo to visit their families.

Initial reports indicate that a bomb had been tossed at a bus near the students and other civilians, leading to its explosion.

Security Director of Kafr El-Sheikh said that the area has been cordoned and police are searching for further explosives.

Those injured were transported by a military helicopter to a military hospital for treatment.

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  • ShakyJim

    That’s sad. May God’s peace be upon them.

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