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PHOTO GALLERY: A huge explosion destroys Cairo security HQ on Friday morning


The Egyptian police headquarters after the blast
Egyptian police officers and firefighters gather at the Egyptian police headquarters after a blast i
Islamic museum in Cairo damaged after the Cairo security headquarters explosion
A woman from the vicinity of the blast weep after the incident
Central Security soldiers stand guard at the site of a blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
Egyptian firefighter checks a crater made due to a blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
Egyptian police officers stand guard at the site of a blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
A central Security soldier walk through the mound of the blast
A taxi destroyed due to the blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
A man into a coma due to the blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
Egyptian police headquarters after the blast
Egyptian police officers stand in front of Egyptian police headquarters after the blast
A man stand at the Egyptian police headquarters after the blast
A taxi destroyed due to the explosion and has a blood inside
Egyptian police officers stand guard at the site of a blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
Central Security soldiers stand at the site of the Egyptian police headquarters blast
Egyptian police officers stand guard at the site of a blast at the Egyptian police headquarters
A man weep after the Egyptian police headquarters blast
Egyptian police headquarters after the blast
A huge hole in front of the Egyptian police headquarters due to the blast
Jan
24

Ahram Online provides pictures from the scene after a large blast ripped through a police building in central Cairo, killing four and injuring 76 others

All photos by Mai Shaheen

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