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88 killed in Egypt Red Sea resort bombings

Suicide car bombers unleashed a trail of carnage in Egypt’s tourist-packed Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, killing at least 88 people, including nine foreigners. The attacks on the popular Sinai water sports centre at the peak of the tourist season were the deadliest targeting foreigners in Egypt, topping the 62 people, most of them holidaymakers, killed in Luxor eight years ago, and drew swift condemnation from across the globe. At least three bomb blasts — including two suicide car bombs — ripped through a luxury hotel, a nearby car park and a busy market minutes apart shortly after 1:00 am (2200 GMT Friday), sending panicked tourists rushing out of bars and clubs on the glitzy Naama Bay strip. Full Story

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