Gabriela Bejarano (R), sister of Rafael Bejarano, one of the eight Mexicans killed in an incident in Egypt, leaves the Government Palace after a meeting with local officials in Guadalajara, Mexico, September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Javier Hoyos
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Mexico called on Egypt Monday to swiftly investigate why a group of tourists were mistakenly targeted in what witnesses described as an air strike that killed at least two Mexicans.Mexican media identified one of the dead as a 40-year-old musician whose mother was wounded in the attack.Pena Nieto said Egypt has vowed to form an investigative committee that will be headed by Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab.The Egyptian travel agency Windows of Egypt informed the Mexican ambassador about the attack.The six survivors, who were taken to a hospital in a Cairo suburb, are in stable condition, the minister said.She said her ministry delivered a diplomatic note to the Egyptian ambassador in which the Mexican government expresses its "deep dismay over these deplorable events" and demands an investigation.
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