Blast east of Egypt’s capital kills one
No security forces were hurt but two pedestrians were wounded, one of whom died of his wounds at a hospital
An Egyptian security official says one person has been killed after an explosive device targeted security forces in eastern Cairo.
The official said in an Interior Ministry statement that a homemade bomb struck a police convoy on Friday near the district of Ain Shams.
No security forces were hurt but two pedestrians were wounded, one of whom died of his wounds at a nearby hospital.
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