Israeli Tourists Targeted in Deadly Egypt Bombings NPR's Noah Adams talks to NPR's Julie McCarthy, reporting from Eilat, Israel on the Israeli-Egyptian border, about bombings at two Egyptian resorts Thursday evening. The blasts killed more than 27 people and wounded at least 120 others -- mostly Israeli tourists taking advantage of the religious holiday to visit the popular resorts, just across the Israeli border.
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Israeli Tourists Targeted in Deadly Egypt Bombings

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Israeli Tourists Targeted in Deadly Egypt Bombings

Israeli Tourists Targeted in Deadly Egypt Bombings

Israeli Tourists Targeted in Deadly Egypt Bombings

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NPR's Noah Adams talks to NPR's Julie McCarthy, reporting from Eilat, Israel on the Israeli-Egyptian border, about bombings at two Egyptian resorts Thursday evening. The blasts killed more than 27 people and wounded at least 120 others — mostly Israeli tourists taking advantage of the religious holiday to visit the popular resorts, just across the Israeli border.

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