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Bomb blast injures 8 in Egypt capital

A bomb has exploded in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo, injuring eight people, including four police officers, the country’s Health Ministry says.

Egypt’s Health Ministry spokesman, Hisam Abdulghafar, said on Saturday that a bomb detonated in the subway station of Cairo Media University.

Meanwhile, security sources confirmed that four officers were among those injured in the explosion.

Bomb experts rushed to the scene following the explosion to comb the area.

In a similar incident last October, a bomb exploded outside the gates of Cairo University, wounding at least nine people, including a senior officer.

Source: www.presstv.ir

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