Egypt Tightens Sinai Security, Assesses Militant Threat


By Shadia Nasralla on 10:06 am September 10, 2013. Category International, World Tags: Egypt, Egypt Unrest, Islamists, Sinai A picture taken from the Southern Gaza Strip shows Egyptian soldiers patrolling between the borders of Egypt (rear) and the Palestinian territory on September 8, 2013. The Egyptian military has been facing an insurgency in north Sinai, a haven for Al-Qaeda-inspired militants who have launched almost daily attacks against security forces in recent weeks. (AFP Photo) Cairo. Egypt has tightened control of crossings from the Sinai peninsula and continued assaults on militants after an Islamist group based there said it tried to kill the interior minister in Cairo last…

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