Egypt Firing: Police officer opened fire at a tourist spot in Egypt, three including two Israeli citizens killed
ANI, Cairo. An incident of firing on Israeli tourists has come to light in Egypt. News agency ANI reported that a police officer in Egypt opened fire on Israeli tourists. Two Israeli tourists and an Egyptian citizen have died in this firing.
Two Israeli tourists died
News agency ANI reported that local media has confirmed the news of the firing. An Egyptian police officer shot dead two Israeli tourists in the city of Alexandria, ANI reported. Also, the police has taken the suspect into custody.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry is investigating the matter
The security officer said that another person has been injured in this firing. Egypt’s Foreign Ministry said it was investigating reports that a gunman opened fire on a bus carrying Israeli tourists in the city of Alexandria.
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Firing near the site of Pompeii’s pillar
Two Israeli citizens including an Egyptian citizen have been killed in this firing. Let us tell you that this firing took place near the site of Pompey’s Pillar in Alexandria. A security source said the policeman fired his weapon at the Israeli tourist group.
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