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Shocked S.Koreans in Egypt hospital after deadly bus bomb

South Korean tourists wounded in a deadly bus bombing that killed four people near the border with Israel were in hospital Monday in Egypt's Sinai resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Police said a suicide bomber was probably behind the attack that killed three South Koreans and their Egyptian driver. Doctors in the resort city were examining 14 wounded South Koreans, helped by an Arabic-speaking countryman of theirs who lives in Egypt and who volunteered to help.

S.Korea 'shocked' as citizens killed in Egypt bus bombing

South Korea voiced shock and outrage Monday at the bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt that killed three of its nationals as well as the Egyptian driver. The bomb tore through the bus carrying 31 South Korean tourists and their guide near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel in South Sinai on Sunday, in what is believed to be a suicide attack. It was the first attack on tourists since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi by the army in July sparked civil unrest and a spate of attacks across the country that have mainly targeted security forces.

S. Korea 'shocked and enraged' at Egypt bus bombing

South Korea voiced shock and outrage Monday at the bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt that killed three of its nationals. The bomb tore through the bus carrying 31 South Korean tourists and two South Korean guides near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel in South Sinai on Sunday. "We are shocked and enraged at the terrorist bombing on the bus... and strongly condemn the act," Seoul's foreign ministry said in a statement. Three South Koreans -- two men and a woman -- were killed along with the Egyptian driver, the ministry confirmed.

S. Korea 'shocked and enraged' at Egypt bus bombing

South Korea voiced shock and outrage Monday at the bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt that killed three of its nationals. The bomb tore through the bus carrying 31 South Korean tourists and two South Korean guides near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel in South Sinai on Sunday. "We are shocked and enraged at the terrorist bombing on the bus... and strongly condemn the act," Seoul's foreign ministry said in a statement. Three South Koreans -- two men and a woman -- were killed along with the Egyptian driver, the ministry confirmed.

S. Korea 'shocked and enraged' at Egypt bus bombing

South Korea voiced shock and outrage Monday at the bombing of a tourist bus in Egypt that killed three of its nationals, and issued a travel ban for the Sinai region. The bomb tore through the bus carrying 31 South Korean tourists and their guide near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel in South Sinai on Sunday. "We are shocked and enraged at the terrorist bombing on the bus... and strongly condemn the act," Seoul's foreign ministry said in a statement.

S.Koreans killed as bomb strikes Egypt tour bus

A bomb tore through a bus carrying South Korean sightseers near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel on Sunday, killing three tourists and the Egyptian driver, a senior official said. It was the first attack on tourists since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi by the army in July sparked civil unrest and a spate of attacks across the country that have mainly targeted security forces. The bomb exploded in the front part of the bus at the Taba border crossing with Israel in south Sinai, the interior ministry said.

3 Die in bombing of bus in Egypt

Cairo, Feb 16 (EFE).- Three people were killed in the bombing of a tour bus Sunday in Taba, in the southern part of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, officials said. The jihadist group Ansar Beit al Maqdis claimed responsibility for the attack on the bus. "As we promised, thanks to God and to our 'mujahideen,' we were able to blow up the bus in Taba and we're going to continue orienting our attacks on their economy, their tourism and gas," the group said in a Twitter post, without specifying the manner in which the attack was carried out.

4 killed as bomb hits Egypt bus carrying S.Korean tourists

A bomb tore through a bus carrying South Korean tourists near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel on Sunday, killing at least four people and wounding 13, officials said. It was first attack on tourists since the ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July sparked unrest and a spate of attacks across the country. The bomb went off in the front section of bus carrying the tourists at Taba border crossing with Israel in south Sinai, the interior ministry said, adding that one of those killed was the Egyptian driver.

4 killed as Egypt bus carrying S.Korean tourists bombed

A bomb tore through a bus carrying South Korean tourists near an Egyptian border crossing with Israel on Sunday, killing at least four people and wounding 13, officials said. The bombing marked the first attack on tourists since the ousting of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July sparked unrest across the country. The bomb went off in the front section of bus carrying the tourists at Taba border crossing with Israel in south Sinai, the interior ministry said, adding that one of those killed was the Egyptian driver.

Bomb on Egypt tourist bus near Israel border kills 4

A bomb tore through a bus carrying South Korean tourists near an Egyptian resort town bordering Israel on Sunday, killing at least four people and wounding 13, the health ministry and police said. The bomb went off in the front section of bus carrying the tourists at Taba border crossing with Israel in south Sinai, the interior ministry said, adding that one of those killed was the Egyptian driver. Militants in the restive peninsula have waged a deadly insurgency against the military and police since the overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Morsi in July.
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