Six police officers were killed and three injured when a bomb placed in a rubbish bin exploded at a security checkpoint in Giza, Cairo, officials said.
Four civilians were also injured in the explosion on 9 December, which occurred near a government building.
The bomb exploded in Al Haram street, which leads from the city centre to the Giza pyramids, that draw millions of visitors a year. No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks, Reuters reported.
Between August and November five terror attacks were carried out in Cairo, with a senior cleric, judicial officials, a general, and security services among those targeted. Terror groups loyal to the Muslim Brotherhood were believed to be responsible for the attacks, according to Al Monitor.
Four soldiers were reportedly injured following the explosion of an IED near a checkpoint on Ahram Street #Egypt
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Isis-linked terror groups in the Sinai peninsula have launched several terror attacks against Egyptian security services in recent months.