Sharm el-Sheikh bombing
Sharm el-Sheikh bombing
BEREAVED parents of teenagers killed by suicide bombers in Egypt have paid them tearful tributes at an inquest.
ONE of the men suspected of carrying out the July bombings in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheik, which killed 67 people, was shot dead by police yesterday.
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THE funeral was held yesterday for a British girl who died after suffering severe burns during bomb blasts in Egypt.
EGYPTIAN police have arrested one more man, Hassan el-Arayshi, suspected of belonging to a group that killed at least 64 people in bomb attacks in Sharm el-Sheikh last month.
A FIFTH, unnamed Briton has been confirmed dead after the 22 July terror bombings at the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, the Foreign Office said yesterday.
A FIFTH Briton has been confirmed among those killed in the Egyptian bombings in Sharm el Sheikh, the Foreign Office said today.
EGYPTIAN police have shot dead one of the prime suspects in the bombings which killed at least 64 people in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh last month, the country's interior ministry said.
HOPE was fading today for the ten Britons still missing since the Egyptian bombings.
THE families of Britons missing since the Egyptian bombings were continuing their search today as officials struggle to trace ten tourists feared dead.
THE Egyptian authorities received information about an imminent terror attack in Sharm el-Sheik days ahead of the devastating weekend bombings, security officials revealed yesterday.
EGYPTIAN police are searching for at least six Pakistani suspects in the bomb attacks that killed scores of people at the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
TOURISTS spoke of the "chaos and horror" of the Egyptian bomb attacks as they returned to Britain yesterday.
EGYPTIAN police scoured for clues yesterday and struggled to identify dozens of the 88 people killed in three co-ordinated bomb blasts in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik early on Saturday morning.
MORE than 1,000 Egyptian hotel workers, Bedouin sheikhs and foreign dive-school instructors marched through Sharm el-Sheikh yesterday to condemn the bombings.
DESPITE Egypt's cosmopolitan and pro-Western image, the nation is one of the main centres of Islamic extremism, where hardliners battle both the West and their own government.
BOMBS ripped through shopping and hotel areas in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh yesterday, killing at least 88 people and wounding 200 in Egypt's worst attack since 1981.
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