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Alexandria security chief survives Egypt bomb attack

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Al-Masry Al-Youm said the Alexandria city’s Security Directorate Mostafa al-Nimr was probably the target of a bomb attack in Egypt.

A policeman and a driver were killed and at least one person was injured but the security chief escaped without any injuries.

The attack took place on Saturday when a car bomb detonated in Alexandria’s Roushdy area, official sources told al-Masry Al-Youm.

The sources said that security services rushed to the scene of the explosion and carried out a large-scale combing operation without finding any other explosives.

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Ambulances transported the victims to a nearby hospital.

The Interior Ministry sources said that al-Nimr escaped the attack and that he is in good health.

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