Egyptian security forces inspect damages after an explosion hit a subway station in Shubra el-Khemia northern Cairo June 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Magdy Ebrahim)
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Four small bomb blasts wounded at least five people in Cairo during the morning rush hour Wednesday, security sources said, the first such casualties in the capital since Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi became president this month.Explosions hit Ghamra metro station in central Cairo, Shubra el-Kheyma, a northern district of Greater Cairo, and a station in Quba in northern Cairo, security sources said.A spokesman for the Metro company said that three devices exploded and a fourth was found at metro stations in Greater Cairo, adding only two people were injured lightly at Shubra.
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