Egypt IDs Bombing Suspects Egyptian authorities detain 200 people, investigating Saturday's bombings in a tourist area of Cairo. Main suspects in the attacks appear to be from the same family, police said. Host Liane Hansen speaks with Los Angeles Times Cairo bureau chief Megan Stack.
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Egypt: Bomber Was Wanted in Earlier Attack

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Egypt: Bomber Was Wanted in Earlier Attack

Egypt: Bomber Was Wanted in Earlier Attack

Egypt: Bomber Was Wanted in Earlier Attack

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Egyptian authorities detain 200 people, investigating Saturday's bombings in a tourist area of Cairo. Main suspects in the attacks appear to be from the same family, police said. Host Liane Hansen speaks with Los Angeles Times Cairo bureau chief Megan Stack.