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Egyptian Resort Reels from Terrorist Attack
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Egyptian Resort Reels from Terrorist Attack

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Egyptian Resort Reels from Terrorist Attack

Egyptian Resort Reels from Terrorist Attack
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The echoes of overnight explosions leave tourists and townspeople in shock and horror at Egypt's Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheik. The deadliest terrorist attack on Egyptian soil claimed at least 88 lives and left as many as 200 people wounded. There are conflicting claims of responsibility. Washington Post reporter Anthony Shadid offers details.

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