Police officers secure a crater left in front of Cairo's police directorate after someone detonated a car bomb Friday morning, killing at least five and injuring 51 others. It was the deadliest attack against security forces in Cairo since the 2011 uprising.
Police officers secure a crater left in front of Cairo's police directorate after someone detonated a car bomb Friday morning, killing at least five and injuring 51 others. It was the deadliest attack against security forces in Cairo since the 2011 uprising.
Police officers secure a crater left in front of Cairo's police directorate after someone detonated a car bomb Friday morning, killing at least five and injuring 51 others. It was the deadliest attack against security forces in Cairo since the 2011 uprising.

Bombs targeting police kill 5 in Cairo ahead of anniversary of anti-Mubarak uprising

January 24, 2014 08:21 AM

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