A roadside bomb killed three Vietnamese tourists and their local guide in a bus near the famous Giza Pyramids. With tourism a vital source of foreign revenue for Egypt, the government is under pressure to show that the country remains safe to visit.
A roadside bomb has hit a tourist bus near the pyramids of Giza, south of Cairo, killing at least two Vietnamese tourists. It was the first attack to target foreign visitors in almost two years.
A police officer was killed and two wounded in an explosion outside a Coptic church near Cairo. The attack comes less than two days before Egypt's Christians celebrate Coptic Christmas.
Egyptian officials did not confirm whether the raids were connected to Friday's attack on a Vietnamese tourist bus near Giza pyramids that killed four people. Islamist violence has plagued the country since 2011.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince has pledged investment and counterterrorism support on his first visit to India. Mohammed bin Salman's visit comes amid tension in the subcontinent after last week's suicide attack in Kashmir.
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