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Timeline: Major terrorist attacks in South Sinai since 2004

Blast that killed four people in Taba on Sunday was the first targeting tourists amid a wave of bombings since the removal of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July 2013

Ahram Online, Monday 17 Feb 2014
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Damaged storefronts after series of bombs hit the tourist town of Dahab, April 2006 (Photo: Al-Ahram)
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February 2014: Three South Korean tourists and their Egyptian bus driver are killed, and 14 people are injured, when an explosion rips through a bus near Taba, a town near the border with Israel. 

October 2013: Two soldiers are killed and 48 injured in a suicide car bombing at the South Sinai security directorate in Tor City.

April 2006: Twenty-three people are killed and 80 injured when a series of bombs hit the tourist town of Dahab.

July 2005: Eighty-eight people die, mostly Egyptians, and over 200 are injured when three bombs explode in Sharm El-Sheikh, an hour drive from Dahab on the Red Sea coast.

October 2004: Thirty-four people die and 135 are injured when three bombs explode in and near Taba.

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