Two bombs in Cairo injured four police officers
CAIRO (AFP) - Four Egyptian policemen were wounded in a bomb attack on a bridge in the capital on Friday, the interior ministry said.
The attack shattered a tense calm in Cairo after a spate of bombings on January 24 killed six policemen, in an escalation of a militant campaign following the overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in July.
The interior ministry said two small bombs went off near policemen stationed on a bridge near central Cairo, the official said.
It was not immediately clear whether the devices had been planted there or were thrown by assailants.