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5 police killed in Egypt checkpoint attack
Publish Date: Jan 23, 2014
5 police killed in Egypt checkpoint attack
Attack occurred in Beni Suef around 100km south of Cairo
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Assailants killed five Egyptian policemen in an attack on a checkpoint south of the capital Cairo on Thursday, state television reported.

The attack in the province of Beni Suef also wounded two policemen, and came two days ahead of the commemoration of the third anniversary of 2011 uprising.

AFP

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