Bomb blast targets Cairo police, protesters killed on Egyptian revolution anniversary
At least one policeman has been wounded in Cairo on the anniversary of the country’s revolution against Hosni Mubarak. Four years on, Egyptians on both sides face tough restrictions when trying to stage protests.
A bomb blast wounded at least one Cairo policeman on Sunday, just days after two female protestors were killed amid tightened security across Egypt on the fourth anniversary of the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
According to reports from news agency AFP, the blast targeted police stationed in Cairo’s Alf Maskan district where a similar explosion occured on Friday. The blast, claimed by a jihadist group, wounded four policemen and one civilian.
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Source News: DW