Berlin 'dismayed and furious' after two German women were stabbed in Egypt
German officials said on Saturday they had been left 'dismayed and furious' by the stabbing of two German women at an Egyptian beach resort, calling it a deliberate attack on foreign tourists
Berlin: German officials said on Saturday they had been left "dismayed and furious" by the stabbing of two German women at an Egyptian beach resort, calling it a deliberate attack on foreign tourists.
An Egyptian man stabbed the two German tourists to death and wounded four others on Friday at a popular seaside vacation spot on the Red Sea, officials and witnesses said.
"We now have the sad certainty that two German women were killed in the attack in Hurghada," a foreign ministry spokeswoman said.
"According to what we know, the act was a deliberate attack on foreign tourists — a particularly devious and criminal act that leaves us sad, dismayed and furious," she added.
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