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PHOTO GALLERY: Islamic museum in Cairo damaged after bomb blast


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(Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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Interior ceilings have collapsed (Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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(Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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interior ceilings have collapsed (Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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Interior ceilings have collapsed (Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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(Photo courtesy of Egypt's Heritage Task Force page)
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Police officers and people gather in front of the damaged Museum of Islamic Art building (Photo: Reuters)
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Police officers and people gather in front of the damaged Museum of Islamic Art building (Photo: AP)
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A man speaks on his mobile phone in front of the damaged Museum of Islamic Art building (Photo: Reuters)
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Police officers and people gather in front of the damaged Museum of Islamic Art building (Photo: Reuters)
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A destroyed taxi is seen in front of the damaged Museum of Islamic Art building (Photo: Reuters)
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The façade of the Museum of Islamic Art in central Cairo has been completely destroyed by a powerful car bomb that exploded outside the adjacent Cairo Security Directorate early on Friday morning.

 

 
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Jean Smith
25-01-2014 03:19pm
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Shameful Destruction
I want to express my utter disgust and dismay on hearing of this terrible damage to this museum. I hope the perpetrators are found soon and severely punished!
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