Giza bombing

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At Giza, Egypt, on May 29, a bomb was detonated as a tour bus passed near the Grand Egyptian Museum, still under construction next to the pyramids. Sixteen people were injured, most of them Egyptians who were near the location. The bus was carrying 28 people, mostly tourists from South Africa. No group had taken responsibility for the bombing as of press time.

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At Giza, Egypt, on May 29, a bomb was detonated as a tour bus passed near the Grand Egyptian Museum, still under construction next to the pyramids. Sixteen people were injured, most of them Egyptians who were near the location. The bus was carrying 28 people, mostly tourists from South Africa. No group had taken responsibility for the bombing as of press time.