Bombs in Cairo

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Three subway stations in Cairo, Egypt, were damaged by bombs on June 25. An improvised bomb exploded at the Shubra station, and another bomb blew up in a trash can at the Ghamra station. A short time later, bombs struck the Hadyek al-Quba and Ezbet al-Nakhl stations. In all, six people were injured, including a suspect.

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Three subway stations in Cairo, Egypt, were damaged by bombs on June 25. An improvised bomb exploded at the Shubra station, and another bomb blew up in a trash can at the Ghamra station. A short time later, bombs struck the Hadyek al-Quba and Ezbet al-Nakhl stations. In all, six people were injured, including a suspect.