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PHOTO GALLERY: A bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim


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Egyptian security officers check a damaged car
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Egyptian security officers gather at the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security officers gather at the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security personnel gather at the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security personnel stand guard at the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security officers guard the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security personnel stand guard near the remain of a destroyed car
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Egyptian security personnel investigate the scene of a bomb attack targeting the convoy of Egypt's Interior Minister
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Egyptian security officers check a damaged car
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People gather at a site of an explosion against the convoy of the Egyptian interior minister
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Security personnel gather at a site of an explosion against the convoy of the Egyptian interior minister
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In this image taken from Egyptian state television, Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim responds to a reporter after the explosion in Cairo
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