CAIRO: Two explosive devices went off early Saturday outside Ahmed Orabi School near a police station in the Imbaba residential district in Giza, but have caused no causalities, Youm7 reported.
Security sources said that the bombs were planted meters away from a police vehicle outside a police station. The explosion shattered a school’s window, while a bomb squad headed to the explosion site and combed the area in search for other possible explosives.
On March 25, a girl was killed in Fayoum after she picked an explosive device outside her school and it detonated in her hands on her way home.
Public utilities have become frequent targets of bomb attacks in Egypt. Most of the attacks target police and army personnel and installations; however, a number of civilians have also been victims.
On Thursday, missiles fell on homes of Sheikh Zuwayed, killing some residents following attacks on three security ambushes that killed some 13 soldiers on the same day.
On March 2, two civilians were killed outside the High Judicial Court in downtown Cairo.