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Suicide Bombings Kill 30 at Egyptian Coast Resort

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Suicide Bombings Kill 30 at Egyptian Coast Resort

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Suicide Bombings Kill 30 at Egyptian Coast Resort

Suicide Bombings Kill 30 at Egyptian Coast Resort

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NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from the Egyptian-Israeli border on the aftermath of Thursday's terrorist attacks at Egyptian resorts on the Red Sea coast. At least 30 people were killed and more than 100 injured in the bombing attacks. Many of the victims among the thousands who'd traveled to the Egyptian resorts for a holiday were Israeli.

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