Policemen and members of the investigative team gather at the site of a bomb attack in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo, March 11, 2014. REUTERS/Al Youm Al Saabi Newspaper
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Egypt's army blamed the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood for an attack on an army bus which killed one officer and wounded three others in the capital on Thursday, violence underscoring growing security threats to the military-backed government.A security crackdown has devastated the Brotherhood, driving Egypt's most organised political organisation underground.Militants based in the Sinai peninsula near the Israeli border are still a major security threat to the Arab world's biggest nation despite army offensives, including air strikes.
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