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Last Updated: Saturday, 30 April, 2005, 17:33 GMT 18:33 UK
In pictures: Cairo attacks
A man, covered with blood, is taken away by ambulance from the scene of the blast in Cairo.
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At least seven people, including foreign tourists, were injured as a bomber blew himself up near one of Cairo's most popular museums.
A body lies near the October 6th Bridge in central Cairo, Egypt.
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The man, who police said was a wanted militant, was being chased by security officers when he detonated himself at a busy road junction behind the Egyptian Museum.
Security officers examine a body at the site of the blast behind the Egyptian museum in Cairo.
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Officials said the man was behind a blast at a Cairo market three weeks ago.
Egyptian forensic experts and security men check remains of a body at the site of the blast behind the Egyptian museum in Cairo.
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The injured included three Egyptians and four foreigners - an Israeli couple, a Swedish man and an Italian woman.
Police men guard the site of the blast in Cairo.
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The area was quickly sealed off by the security services and the injured were taken to hospital.
People gather around a pool of blood near where two Egyptian women opened fire on a tourist bus.
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In a separate incident, two veiled Egyptian women opened fire on a tourist bus. No tourists died but one of the women was killed in the incident.




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