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One conscript dead, another injured in Port Said armed attack

Unknown assailants shoot at police conscripts in the Suez Canal city of Port Said leaving one dead and another injured

MENA, Tuesday 8 Oct 2013
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A police conscript was killed and another injured on Tuesday in a drive-by armed attack by unknown assailants on a motorcycle in the Suez Canal city of Port Said.

The slain 21-year-old Mohamed Shaaban was shot in the stomach, while the injured Mohamed El-Shahat was shot in the arm and transferred to the Port Said Military Hospital.
Two deadly attacks hit Egypt on Monday in Ismailia and South Sinai.

Six Egyptian army personnel – one officer and five soldiers – were killed in an attack by gunmen on an army patrol near the Suez Canal city of Ismailia.

Shortly afterwards in the southern Sinai town of Al-Tor, two police conscripts were killed and 48 injured in a massive car bomb explosion targeting security headquarters.

Following Morsi's ouster on 3 July, several police stations across the country were attacked and militant activity increased in the restive Sinai Peninsula. Attacks have recently also begun to target the vicinity of the Suez Canal.
 

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