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Egypt army launches air strikes in North Sinai following deadly mosque attack

Ahmed Eleiba , Saturday 25 Nov 2017
Air Strikes in N.Sinai
Egypt's army releases photos of air strikes in North Sinai terrorist hideouts following deadly attack on mosque that killed at least 235 worshippers on November 24, 2017 (Photo Courtesy of Egyptian army spokesman on Facebook)
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Egypt’s army said its air forces launched strikes in North Sinai, killing a number of terrorists behind a deadly attack on a North Sinai mosque that killed at least 235 worshippers during the Friday prayer.

In an official statement late on Friday, army spokesman Tamer El-Refaie said the air forces destroyed vehicles used by the terrorists to execute the attack and killed the elements inside. 

El-Refaie said other terroist hideouts were also targeted by the forces.

“The law enforcement forces in North Sinai remain in cooperation with the air forces to comb terrorist hideouts and find and eliminate the rest of extremists,” the statement read, with the spokesman offering his condolences to the victims.

The army’s strikes come a few hours after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi vowed a ‘brute’ response following a terror attack that killed at least 235 worshippers following Friday prayers at a North Sinai Sufi Al-Radwa mosque.

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