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Cairo rocked by four huge blasts

Tigrai Onlne - January 24, 2014

The capital of Egypt, Cairo was hit by four huge blasts. Six or more people are dead and over 105 injured. The blasts started at 7:00 on Friday January 24 and they were going off till late morning.

The target seems the ministry of the interior or Cairo Security Directorate building, which includes police and state security.

Many reports indicate an Al-Qaeda linked group has claimed responsibility.

The current government is locked in a bitter conflict with the Muslim Brotherhood after the military removed President Morsi last year.

Cairo downtown bombing January 2014

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