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In photos: Egyptian Red Crescent provides psychological support to victims of bus blast

Sherin Abdel Azim, Saturday 29 Dec 2018
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Vietnamese victims in Al-Haram hospital on Saturday December 29, 2018 with Egyptian Red Crescent team (Photo: Sherine Abdel Azim)
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A team from the Egyptian Red Crescent provided psychological support to the victims of a bomb blast that hit a tourist bus in Giza on Friday.

Four people were killed and 11 injured when an IED detonated, hitting a tourist bus on Marioutiya Road in the Haram district of Giza, near the pyramids.

Three of the deceased are Vietnamese and the fourth is an Egyptian tour company representative, Egyptian prosecutors have said. 

The team helped the wounded at El-Haram hospital and offered psychological support to the injured.

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Vietnamese victims in Al-Haram hospital on Saturday December 29, 2018 with Egyptian Red Crescent team (Photo: Sherine Abdel Azim)

The team also provided psychological support to the family of the Egyptian tourist guide who died in the blast.

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Egyptian Red Crescent team helping victims of bus blast in Al-Haram hospital on Saturday December 29, 2018 (Photo: Sherine Abdel Azim)

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