A Mexican woman, who was wounded in the attack, is transferred to a waiting helicopter in Mexico City. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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On stretchers and in wheelchairs, six Mexican tourists wounded in an Egyptian airstrike that mistakenly killed eight others returned home Friday following an incident that outraged Mexico. Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu brought the survivors back to Mexico City on the presidential airplane three days after she flew to Cairo with relatives of victims to demand answers from Egyptian authorities. Ten people were wounded, including six Mexicans.Survivors have told Mexican diplomats that they came under fire from a plane and helicopters.Calderon Gallegos told El Universal newspaper that the airstrike lasted three hours and that the tourist convoy was bombarded about five times.
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