Egyptian mourners carry the coffin of Ahmed Kamal, one of the two policemen who were killed overnight in a bomb attack, during his funeral on November 6, 2014 in the Menufiya province, north of Cairo. AFP PHOTO/SAMEH ABOUHASAN
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A bomb on a train in Egypt killed four people including two policemen, officials said Thursday, while blasts in the Cairo metro and near a presidential palace wounded several others.A bomb later went off in a Cairo metro station, wounding three people.Dozen of policemen and soldiers have been killed in militant attacks since then-army chief Sisi overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Morsi last year and launched a bloody crackdown on his supporters.Most of the deadliest attacks have taken place in the Sinai peninsula, where militants killed at least 30 soldiers in one attack last month. It is believed to be responsible for last month's attack on an army checkpoint that killed at least 30 soldiers, the deadliest in years.
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