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Egypt air force strikes hideouts used by terrorists behind Al-Rawda Mosque attack: Army spokesman

Ahmed Eleiba , Sunday 26 Nov 2017
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A snap shot from a video showing a terrorist facility in target of Egyptian air force on Saturday 25 November (Photo: Egyptian army spokesman Facebook page)
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Egyptian air forces carried out airstrikes in North Sinai overnight against hideouts used by terrorists involved in the Friday attack on a mosque in the governorate's Bir Al-Abd city, which left 305 worshippers dead and 128 injured, the Armed Forces spokesperson said in a statement on Sunday.

The airstrikes, which were carried out based on information received from Sinai residents, destroyed hideouts containing weapons, ammunition and explosive material. 

Law enforcement personnel, in coordination with the air force, are combing the area where the strikes were carried out.

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