CAIRO: A bomb squad team has defused two explosive devices in Giza Thursday, Youm7 reported.
The bomb experts found the two explosives placed nearby a school in Giza’s northern district of Imbaba and were able to defuse them. No casualties were reported.
After the ouster of the President Mohamed Morsi in July 3, 2013, explosions targeting police facilities, public installations, mobile operators and power towers became a part of the daily violence reported in Egypt.
Some of the bombs have been discovered and safely defused while others have exploded leaving damages and casualties.