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Egyptian police kill fugitive terror suspect

Mohammed Saleh Felifel, charged over the deadly attacks in Sinai last October, killed in Ataqa mountains. An Egyptian man charged over the deadly attacks in Sinai last October and suspected of links to last month’s multiple bombings in Sharm el-Sheikh was killed Monday by security forces, police said. Mohammed Saleh Felifel, 24, was killed in the Ataqa Mountains, east of Cairo and across from the Sinai peninsula, police said. His wife was wounded during an exchange of fire. Interior Minister Habib al-Adly said after the Sharm el-Sheikh attacks which killed at least 67 people, among them several foreigners, that investigators were probing possible links with the October attacks in the resorts of Taba and Nuweiba. Felifel was being tried in absentia since July 2 over his involvement in the October bombing, which killed 34 people, including Israelis. Full Story

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