A man stands next to an ambulance outside the Swiss Inn hotel in the Egyptian town of El-Arish, in the Sinai peninsula, following an attack on the hotel by two suicide bombers and a gunman on Nov. 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO / STR
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ISIS's Egyptian branch claimed responsibility for a bombing that killed at least seven people in a hotel in North Sinai Tuesday where judges overseeing a parliamentary election were staying.A militant tried to drive a car bomb into the hotel in the provincial capital al-Arish before security forces opened fire, causing the car to explode, the military and a witness said. The Interior Ministry said there were two attackers but the military and a witness said there were three militants.Two judges, four policemen and a civilian were killed, the Interior Ministry said. The military said the three militants were killed.
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