CAIRO: Improvised bombs have targeted policemen and public utilitiesin in four governorates early Friday in the wake of the North Sinai’s deadly attacks that killed 29 people.
A policeman was injured Friday morning in Alexandria after an explosive device was detonated remotely as the police was patrolling the Kabari area east of the governorate, according to Youm7.
A group that calls itself the “revolutionary punishment” claimed responsibility for the attack, claiming on Twitter that nine policemen were injured.
In Egypt’s Delta governorate of Qalyubia, six masked gunmen torched two public buses after evacuating them while at least three employees at the Khanka town council were injured after an explosive device detonated near the building, according to Youm7.
Meanwhile, three improvised bombs were neutralizedin a Giza while one has exploded before security forces arrived, leading a wall of a power station, at which the bombs were planted, to crack.
In Beni Suef governorate south of Cairo, two private cars of policemen were torched leaving no casualties.