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Egypt kills forty terrorist militants after attack on tourist bus
Egyptian security forces have forty militants were killed during two separate operations after an attack with a roadside bomb yesterday on a tourist bus in Cairo. It came to four people to life.

The police took large amounts of weapons, explosives and substances for the making of explosives seized. According to the ministry of the Interior were the militants planning to carry out attacks on churches, government agencies, the armed forces and tourist locations. the

The operations took place in the Sinai desert and in Giza, a suburb of Cairo. According to regimekrant al-Ahram, that happened this morning.

also Read Belgian tour operators to cancel trips to Cairo and Giza after the deadly attack on tourist bus Attack

the bombing came three Vietnamese and an Egyptian tour guide to life. Eleven others were injured, including the bus driver. Attacks on tourists, and terrorist attacks continue holiday Egypt plagues. The travel sector has seriously suffered. The amount of tourist decreased strongly after the Arab Spring in 2011, all recovered they since light. the

Especially in the Sinai peninsula, there are regular incidents. But also in the capital Cairo or in other parts of the country, attacks for.

Excursions Thomas Cook provisionally cancelled

Thomas Cook has a for today's planned excursion to the Egyptian capital of Cairo for tourists staying at other places in the country, tentative, cancelled. Reports that a spokeswoman for the tour operator. Both Thomas Cook as TUI says no Belgian customers to have that in Cairo itself stays. the

The Belgian customers of TUI and Thomas Cook, the largest reisorganisators in our country, sitting in the seaside resorts on the Red Sea. “We do not fly to Cairo, but there are excursions to there. This week there was anyway not much demand for it. Typically our customers choose not to. They come for the sun and the sea, not for long and tiring excursions,” says TUI spokesman Piet Demeyere.

Thomas Cook had a trip to Cairo planned today, but that is tentatively “on hold”. “We wait until we have further details,” says a spokeswoman for the company.

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