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Remains of the Galaa Square security checkpoint damaged by a bomb explosion in the Dokki district of Giza Tuesday 15 April (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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A forensic investigator examines the scene after a bomb exploded Tuesday 15 April near a Galaa Square security checkpoint in the Dokki district of Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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Dokki's Galaa Square in Giza is closed to traffic after witnessing a bomb explosion which targeted its security checkpoint Tuesday 15 April (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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Dokki's Galaa Square closed to traffic after witnessing a bomb explosion in a security checkpoint Tuesday 15 April (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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Security forces cordon off the site of a bomb explosion Tuesday 15 April in Dokki's Galaa Square in Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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Security forces cordon off the site of a bomb explosion Tuesday 15 April in Dokki's Galaa Square in Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
Dokki bomb
Security forces cordon off the site of a bomb explosion Tuesday 15 April in Dokki's Galaa Square in Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
Dokki bomb
Security forces cordon off the site of a bomb explosion Tuesday 15 April in Dokki's Galaa Square in Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
Dokki bomb
A forensic investigator examines the scene after a bomb exploded Tuesday 15 April near a Galaa Square security checkpoint in the Dokki district of Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
Dokki bomb
A forensic investigator examines the scene after a bomb exploded Tuesday 15 April near a Galaa Square security checkpoint in the Dokki district of Giza (Photo: Adel Abdel-Latif)
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15

Two policemen and a civilian are injured in a bomb attack early Tuesday in Dokki's Galaa Square; suspect arrested

The bomb exploded at 7:15am near a security checkpoint in Galaa Square in the Dokki district of Giza.

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