Attack near Egypt's St. Catherine's monastery kills one, injures four - state TV | Reuters

CAIRO An attack on security forces near Egypt's Saint Catherine's Monastery in South Sinai has killed at least one, and injured four, state television reported on Tuesday. The attack comes just a week after two bombings on churches claimed by Islamic State killed 45 people. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Eric Knecht; Editing by Alison Williams)

Reuters April 19, 2017 02:18:19 IST
Attack near Egypt's St. Catherine's monastery kills one, injures four - state TV
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Attack near Egypts St Catherines monastery kills one injures four  state TV
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CAIRO An attack on security forces near Egypt's Saint Catherine's Monastery in South Sinai has killed at least one, and injured four, state television reported on Tuesday.

The attack comes just a week after two bombings on churches claimed by Islamic State killed 45 people.

(Reporting by Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Eric Knecht; Editing by Alison Williams)

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