Egyptian policemen stand guard at the site of an explosion outside the Egyptian supreme court in down town Cairo on March 2, 2015. AFP PHOTO / KHALED DESOUKI
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One person was killed and 10 wounded, one critically, in a bomb explosion Monday outside the Egyptian supreme court in Cairo, the health ministry said.The latest attack came a day after two civilians died in a bombing outside a police station in southern Egypt.It was the second time a bomb went off near the supreme court, after an explosion wounded 12 people in October last year.Five bombs struck within hours, four of them near mobile phone service companies and a police station.On January 29, simultaneous car bombings and mortar attacks on security headquarters in the peninsula killed at least 30 people, most of them soldiers.
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